jniemuth said:I know we are told to only fuel using the side stand but I wonder why? The bike is much more stable on the center stand and much easier to get on and off. Is the reason for using the side stand only to get a little more fuel in or is there another reason?
jniemuth said:Like others have said here, my bike seems to really lean over on the sidestand. Almost to a point that I don't trust it.
I am sure it won't fall over, but it scares by just the same.
Come on Joe, by now you shouldn't be scared of that high speed on your GT. They are designed to go THAT fast!:histericamessenger13 said:(Did I forget to mention for the last 60 miles I set the cruise control at 63mph with the windscreen all the way DOWN? Not fun.)
messenger13 said:If you don't need the MAXIMUM fuel capicity, then keep doing what you're doing. But in '05 traveling through Wyoming, I nearly ran out of fuel with the LT. Thank God I filled her to the brim at the previous fuel stop.
Had the same experience in New Mexico with the GT a few weeks ago. I put 6.27 gallons of fuel in it when I finally reached a gas station. Talk about running on fumes! Whew!That was a close one. (Did I forget to mention for the last 60 miles I set the cruise control at 63mph with the windscreen all the way DOWN? Not fun.)