Joined: 29 Oct 2005
Location: Powderhorn Park
Motoprimo charges $259+ parts.
Here's what you get:
free pick-up store now/pay later
draining carb bowls
changing oil/filter in 4 strokes
removing and charging batteries
performing 23 point safety check
checking tire pressure
checking and toppng off fluids
service test ride
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DH - Genuine Blur
Joined: 18 Jun 2005
Location: Longfellow, Minneapolis
End of season? WTF? We've got plenty of time left, don't we?
I plan to avoid the question of winterizing altogether - sure, it won't be my daily commuter in January, but as long as I can get it out every couple weeks, I should be good. Who says you can't ride in the winter?
Joined: 12 Jul 2005
Location: Brooklyn Park
It is the salt thing for me. Your Scooter will surely rust, Tom.....
The key to successful winter riding: Pam cooking spray. Liberally cover everything that might rust/corrode/oxidize before you go riding (obviously keep it away from tires). It's really great for motors since it was designed for high heat applications (duh!)
I coated my K bike's motor last winter and the shit works. Had salt streaks running down the sides of the bike, but the metal bits didn't rust.
Only downside: will give off the odor of a hot pan when the motor's warmed up....
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