They don't get many trikes so the Tech printed the whole Recall to have it available. . I made sure they knew it was a trike and they told me not a problem. I'd still do the recall just for the flush and fill! Don't plan on doing it or anything but someone will. Spent a few days cleaning tuned up and changing fluids. He doesn't see having any issues but has to talk with the Honda Mothership 1st.
Like I said, the dealer is very reliable. Which is a shame because Id like to have the 24K service done too. Turn the key and Im off. Honda has to have them on hand to issue a recall Id imagine. Do you mean not linked? I'm in kind of a dilemma also. I ask myself, why would they put a new part in a trike that doesn't do anything, serves no purpose? I haven't found the snot tube yet though. They ordered parts for me and will call me to make a apt to have it done.
They didn't want to do any repairs 4 years ago to it when I 1st bought it. . Dealer called today after Honda service rep got back with him. See my post page 1 this Thread. I am not familiar with any of these guys so start with the closest one, make a phone call and question them about what you want done until you find one you like. Hes backed up as is.
Suppose the dealer would just give me the parts? I'm thinking maybe hey just purge and replenished the brake fluid. But really haven't had the time for much of anything else in 4 years. It's illegal for a dealer to sell a unit that is included in a Safety Recall but has not been completed. In my case I disagree as I have a Hannigan conversion with the 180 front end and I would not trust any Honda Dealer without full knowledge of the 180 front end since you have to remove the front wheel to replace the secondary master cylinder and further the Hannigan has linked brake system at least for my 2014 gl1800 and conversion. I did go to Broward Motor Sports in Palm Beach today same distance away as Riva. So pedal usage is irrelevant in terms of functionality of the smc after the conversion.
Like I said, the dealer is very reliable. I have driven this trike for approx. I called them to see it it was needed to be done since Champion told me no since it was no longer linked. I just wonder if Honda's goal is to make sure the smc are all removed or what? A big yellow trike is better then a 100% almost invisible bike to the ancient drivers down here who see nothing. Refresh this Yelp page and try your search again. I suspect something to have with delinking the brake system and whatever it is, it is now rubbing. They ordered parts for me and will call me to make a apt to have it done.
We have an air filter on this bike?? I have not taken it back but will have to pull the front fender to inspect what is rubbing on the rotor. My service manager said he did not know how to ensure that did not happen but also said he would never do it. Yes, they did call the tech. Lehman is one of many that until 2014 use linked brakes in their conversions. Brakes work fine and I am 100% sure if I had either work on the recall, I would be back there again and again, and more likely either would screw something else up. I have used them twice for tire replacement on the front of the bike and had to take it back. Close the Settings tab, reload this Yelp page, and try your search again.
I have driven this trike for approx. He did mention that one customer had to have pads and rotors replaced, but didn't specify the cause. If you look at the diagrams on the Rear Master Cylinder prior to removal from the frame it should be marked on the spline it was set to for easy re-assembly and should have been measured for distance prior to removal from the frame. These intervals will change depending on the rider and the style of riding and the environmental conditions. I don't want a Honda dealer messing with my trike, or the Motor Trike installer either. Sounds like you need to find a dealer that isn't looking for excuses not to do the recall on your Roadsmith:xszpv::xszpv: It's actually a good dealership with some good people. The Yamaha is getting more use then it ever has in 4 years.
These sources may not be accurate, complete, or up-to-date. If I remember correctly, it said something like if the smc hade fluid flow. I'll get with him sometime today. Now if you had the secondary replaced and paid for it yourself. I'd give them a call.
Roadsmith system should not be affected if I haven't had any problem. You can also search near a city, place, or address instead. Thus my above interpretation and info from other sources seems to be incorrect. If you are visiting as a Guest, go and and , it's free. Cortera is much more than an awesome business directory! I have not taken it back but will have to pull the front fender to inspect what is rubbing on the rotor.