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  7. 100% true. More fun and more satisfying! That's a beautiful RE. Love the style & paint. Great looking ride.
  8. Nice. I find myself weighing the service department more and more when buying a new / warrantied bike. Selling a bike is easy. Servicing is not. Good stuff on the 10%. I picked up about $4,700 worth of addons with my current bike (paid MSRP)... The dealer didn't offer any discounts on them.
  9. A list of the mods so far...... K-Speed rear shocks Hitchcock's 10% stiffer fork springs EBC HH sintered brake pads Dunlop Sportmax GPR300 tires in the OE sizes Tail Tidy (the MK unit is on the way) Custom Enfield seat Bar end mirrors DNA filter/air box cover Enfield Precision can FuelX Lite Enfield LED indicators Short adjustable levers LED headlight and marker bulbs I think that's it for now.......I'm waiting on the Enfield rev counter kit and upgraded shift linkage to rid the bike of the 6 miles of slop in the shifter assy. I've worked a bit on trimming weight from the bike as well......down just shy of 7 pounds......and it still won't "Do the Ton". 🤣
  10. What I find hilarious is even if I install the aftermarket cam (once it's available again) it still will only do about 85mph. With what I'm currently installing it would do 75 or so......but that is not the intended use of the bike. I'll be using the 'ol adage of "it's more fun riding a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow". 😂 Hence upping the tires and suspension.
  11. The bike is being delivered tomorrow. I had the dealer install Goodyear Sportmax GPR300 tires, bar end mirrors, RE "custom" seat, LED indicators. The other items will just come with the bike (tinted flyscreen, bike cover). I have ordered up the RE tail tidy kit (coming from Italy-very hard to source). In the garage I have the FuelX Lite tuner, DNA intake box cover/filter, the Enfield Precision Free Flow silencer. Also ordered up are Diablo rear shocks and Hitchcock's 10% stiffer fork springs. Pictures to come-maybe some preliminary shots this weekend. Thank you, Jeremy. I'm coming from a history of HD ownership. I liked the bikes, never the "lifestyle" lol. I was eyeballing the Interceptor 650 but when the Hunter was released I was all over it. Perfect bike for my use. Here is a stock photo of the bike in Dapper Grey....the colorway I bought.
  12. Royal Enfields are cool! Welcome!
  13. I ventured up there due to the color I wanted. The two closer RE dealers (Williams in Xenia and the Indian dealer in Walton, Ky.) did not have one. I will be using the Indian dealer for service whilst under warranty. They have a good selection of vintage bikes for sale and in the service bays. Paid suggested retail and purchased over $800 in RE accessories. They offered 10% off on all acc's when purchased with a bike and installed everything for free.
  14. No experience with this shop, so good to hear. Fair out the door pricing? Would definitely like to hear about their service department if/when you use them.
  15. Welcome @Scooter MGee You should definitely share some pictures! What parts did you pick up?
  16. Very nice RE, Moto Guzzi and vintage store in Columbus, Ohio. They offer sales and service. Great people, involvement and atmosphere. I purchased an RE Hunter 350 from them. Tony is your dude.
  17. After a few years of not having a bike in the garage I'm back in the mix. Just picked up a humble '23 RE Hunter 350 from Throttle Company in Columbus. Great people and atmosphere. Already have a pile of parts to make it my own.
  18. I've reached out to all known interested for confirmation on attendance & commitment to repay. If more are interested - get in touch! Would love to have more people!
  19. Based on votes & location, will look at Option 1 for now. Option 2 had one more vote, but is nearly twice the distance from the tail. Not that we'll be at the tail every day, but as a "central point" I figure it's better to be closer to that. I'll start messaging people to confirm willingness to book & pay.
  20. I prefer 1 or 2. Any of them are fine. As long it's nicer than a motel 8 I am groovy.
  21. 1, 2, or 4 preferably.
  22. Let's plan on arriving Thursday, August 8 and departing Sunday, August 11th. @smithburger @ngphill @Grizzly @Thrombosed @JeremyM @Remi Anne @Nshaw2834 @Atrain Some lodging options - all in or near Robbinsville. If one of these looks good, let's agree on it & I'll book it & discuss repayment. If anyone finds better options somewhere - share them here. Option 1 (click/tap) $1,623 total / 7 people (or more) = $232 per person total lodging 7 beds Option 2 (click/tap) $1,029 total / 7 people (or more) = $147 per person total lodging 7 beds (including a bunk bed) Option 3 (click/tap) $979 total / 7 people (or more) = $140 per person total lodging 7 beds (including bunk beds) Option 4 (click/tap) $956 total / 7 people (or more) = $137 per person total lodging 7 beds
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