Quote from: cbrfxr67 on September 20, 2023, 10:11:33 AMDangit I just came here to see what Buddha's answer was and nothing,... So disappointed.
Quote from: herennow on September 22, 2023, 12:38:50 PMHi Keith, Ive got a 2003 Canadian model. You are right parts can be a bit confusing, I normally go with 2002 parts as 2004 had all the evap stuff that confused everything. Hit me up for specific questions. I completely rebuilt my bike from the crank up in about 20010 so have lots of leads.
These guys seem to be the only place I know that have a proper 2003 catalogue of parts.
Unfortunately I had a SMIDSY experience last month (sorry mate, i did not see you) when an idiot turned RIGHT in front of me. Luckily I got away really lightly but the bike has bent forks broken pedal and levers and a broken rear plastic cowl. Just got news from the police that the idiot is 'officially" to blame so his insurance will pay for everything (including my gear). I'm wondering whether to take the money and fix her up or possibly to upgrade.... She is just such a fun bike to ride her in the twisties....