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Woot my Hyper lives! -Hats off to Coleman's!
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Woot my Hyper lives! -Hats off to Coleman's! - September 26, 2007, 05:53 PM

Well, I finally got my hypermotard back...and on the ride home any notion of me selling it went out the window as soon as the front tire was removed from the surface of the road.

Going from the DRZ right to the Hyper was interesting...I forgot just how quick and how much torque this bike has...took me about a mile to adjust.

The bike shifts better than before and I wanted to say thanks to Casey and Coleman's for their work. They were right on top of the issue and not only took good care of me but had the parts in very fast and the bike up and running quickly. I know some of you have doubts but after dealing with Coleman's for 2 years with full service done to my R6 and Karli's R6 I can tell you they've always done good work.

Now, the problem was caused by the shift component not having the proper tolerance. Casey showed me exactly what caused the issue and now that has been resolved. Basically, it was an adjustment issue...Tranny and all other major components were fine which is a relief. Bike runs like a champ...the growl of the 1100cc V-twin is unlike anything I've heard before and the torque and immediate and constant power is like speed candy.

Again, I want to say thanks Coleman's for all your help! Excellent work!

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September 26, 2007, 06:19 PM

awesome, glad you got it back and having fun

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September 26, 2007, 08:49 PM

Originally Posted by dubplaya
awesome, glad you got it back and having fun
Thank you sir...although I need to tone down the fun...

The ride home was very "unlike" me

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September 27, 2007, 06:36 AM

I would think it would take good insurance to be willing to work on an expensive, brand new, high performance machine like your new Duc. I'm glad Coleman's is willing to tackle those. Similarly, a lot of places won't take bikes like my 12 yr old Kat, but she's running better than ever for the first time in ages, and I'm beginning to believe that she'll just need regular maintenance for a while.

Nobody likes having someone ELSE work on their baby, but if you HAVE to take it to somone else, Coleman's is working to improve their image and they're willing to work hard to get it right.

"She wont be so fuckable covered in road rash." -boomchic00

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