No limits

The ZX10R has had its first service; this means the engine is no longer being operated under ‘running-in’ restrictions.

She’s proving to be as nimble as expected, and as sure-footed as a mountain goat (if mountain goats banked around corners).

The next service is due at 4,000 miles, or in one year, whichever is the sooner.

That’ll be 4,000 miles then.

I’m still trying to sell the Daytona and the ZX9R, but there seem to be more time-wasters than serious buyers around.

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3 Responses to No limits

  1. Masher says:

    I didn’t think I was going to have time, but I managed to get the Trumpet out today, for her outing of the year.

    She felt good.

    Unfortunately, my youngest wanted to come with me, so I had to take it even easier than usual.

    But we both enjoyed it, nonetheless.

    • Brennig says:

      Well done, that’s excellent news on both fronts. How old is your pillion? And where do you get appropriate bike gear from?

  2. Masher says:

    That should – of course – have said “first outing of the year”!

    He’s 11 and fortunately, even though it’s a bit big for him, most of his mum’s old gear fits.