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My 97's was right under the seat (under a rubber flap), I would bet on it being in the same area on the 94
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 17/07/2010
It's short for imbecile in your case.
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 13/12/2017
Both are excellent bikes. The Honda is better for long distances. I would have thought that, by your age, you would have gotten over what you "look like" on various motorcycles...
6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 08/07/2012
The question that you ask is somewhat unclear.Does the bike stop running--do the rpm's rise when you lose power--is power to the drive train lost? It sounds like maybe your clutch is going out if you are losing power to the drive train and...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 20/09/2010
will it still pass a police noise test and or annual test???
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 09/08/2013
All of these answers so far are from guys but, while well intentioned, they don't really know what it's like for a female rider. So, from girl to girl, here's my opinion. I've probably had as many bikes as years you've been alive...
10 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 17/05/2010
i cant say for sure BUT if you can get ALL the frame mounting brackets there no reason why you cant make it fit..
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 11/06/2009
Check on line for salvage yards for motorcycles, I used to know the sites but I've lost them.
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 12/03/2013
If you want the bike to retain any value at all, don't change it. You could spend a $1000 on a nice digital dash etc and the bike will be worth less than if you hadn't spent a cent. If you do any modifications, make sure they are reversible and keep all the original parts.
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 29/06/2009
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