The only caution I will share is, get in the habit of pressing your brakes when you start or shift into gear. I put the the hillbilly brake on for I don't know why, when I was parked pretty much level and forgot. We were climbing so I started out in low. It seem to be not performing well and then after a bit I smelled the brakes, my buddy behind radioed to,me he smelled something. I thought oh crap and sure enough I had driven with it engaged. The low gear really has some power to operate with the hillbilly brake on. Went to stop and bad brake fade. I had glazed the pads. Well $275 later new pads and a lesson learned...an expensive one?? oh yeah, those Honda pads are not cheap☹
Between 5 Talon owners it seems the brake pads that came on the Talons new lasted much longer than the OEM replacements in some cases replacements gone in as little as a few weeks riding in mud and water. Not sure but I do not think the OEM replacements are the same. Any one else experience the same thing?
Had my 2019 Talon 1000R 2 weeks and at the 100 mile initial service I noticed that the front differential was leaking oil at the LF axle shaft, although it will be fixed under warranty, the tech said that they have been getting quite a few in for the same problem (5 in the last 2 weeks). I...
Hello, does anyone have any used Shock Therapy springs for sale to get rid of the rear bucking? Do they raise the machine height? i have about 1/2" until the roof hits the roof of my enclosed trailer. Thank you, Tom