Biometrix

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Biometrix last won the day on August 5 2015

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About Biometrix

  • Birthday 01/14/1961

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    '14 FJR1300ES

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  1. Great deal for someone. Barely broken in with that mileage. Black Cherry is a much coveted paint color in the FJR continuum.
  2. Sold to Loki for his daughter. Just left with the bike. Great people...safe travels back home. Hope she enjoys many safe and happy miles on it!
  3. Hey there, 

     

    Ray here from Michigan.  very interested in your Versys. it would be the for the Daughter unit....her second bike.

     

    A step up from her GV 250 Skuzi.....

     

    Would offer to come get it for 4750, if that is doable?

     

    Not trying to insult or anything, but my wife is a monster budgeter...and she holds the strings...its actually a good thing...

     

    Thanks for your thoughts

     

    Ray

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    2. Loki

      Loki

      Hey Bill,

       

      Melanie is a full 6" er. she can flat foot my bird easily. she has sat on one at a dealer, loved it. 

       

      A good point though, thank you thinking about that. I will be selling the GW 250, will post it here after a dusting and photo set. 

       

      Thanks

       

      Ray

    3. Biometrix

      Biometrix

      So this actually isn't a PM. You posted in my profile. Not sure how public this is so I'm gonna send you a PM with my contact info and my price decision. Stand by...

    4. Loki

      Loki

      take your time, not in a hurry. 

       

      its been a long week so far.....lol

       

      thought it was a pm.

       

       

  4. Man, talk about a useless impulse buy. 2014 Kawasaki Versys 650 ABS. I've put a total of 58 miles on this bike and bought it last year new as a leftover so the factory warranty is still good until 6/24/2017. There's not a thing wrong with it other than it's just not the right bike for me and my visions of doing some dual-sport riding just didn't materialize. Just too spoiled by the FJR. Also thought my niece would ride it but she has now up and moved to California to pursue a career in radio so she won't be coming around much here anymore. Just a few add-ons which are: SW MoTech engine guards R&G front axle sliders Barkbusters VPS Hand Guards Battery Tender connection Bike has been garage kept and has had no incidents, drops or other bumps, bruises or blemishes. Offering it for $5000 OBO here first. Will be listed for $5500 elsewhere.. All original paperwork, user manual, keys and hardware switched for SW-MoTech guards are included. Title in hand. Please PM me if interested or with any questions. Located in eastern PA
  5. Thanks for the review and the tip about Montgomeryville Cycle Center. Went there today with my wife and got her that jacket in Men's Medium which was the perfect fit. She wanted it for work and for riding. Excellent 60% off price!!!
  6. For sale is my HJC RPHA Max modular helmet, size Large in Matte Black. I purchased this helmet July last year and have worn it maybe half a dozen times but decided it just doesn’t work for me. The RPHA model is supposed to be HJC’s high end offering. For a modular it is fairly light at 3.55 lbs. Air flow is good and build seems solid. The front face opens and closes easily and the latch hardware is metal not plastic.Has an internal sun-shield. The main reason I don’t like it is that there is that face shield latch is at the bottom-middle of the face shield (see pic 3 for best view). When closed it’s not really noticeable but I tend to ride with with the face shield half open so it’s right in my field of view. I didn’t think this would bother me but it does. You should also be aware that there are no cutouts or indents for in-helmet speakers but I installed my Sena SMH-10 without issue and could not feel the speakers. I actually liked that there were no speaker spaces as they generally aren’t in the right position for my ears anyhow. The Velcro to hold the helmet speakers and the mic is still in place. I was afraid it would mess up the inside shell to try and peel them off. If you use an in-helmet speaker system you can probably just re-use the Velcro. If you don’t, you would never notice it unless you pulled out the cheekpads. Otherwise it’s a great helmet. Excellent condition and the Inside is clean and odor free. It still has that new-helmet smell. Nice helmet bag included. Face shield is Pinlock ready and a brand new never installed Pinlock insert is also included. I paid about $418 a year ago. Will sell including shipping to the lower 48 for $200. See the Revzilla review at the bottom of this post. Paypal preferred. PM me if interested Revzilla Review: https://youtu.be/AamP-cYBAPU
  7. Actually it seems that there is a whole forum that can and does. So what does that say about us? I'm feeling bad about myself right now.
  8. I think a rectal thermometer would work. If it shows a normal body temperature is present, that person should come in early on a Monday and reset the HVAC.
  9. Agreed. Great bike, low miles and great price! Don't let another one slip by you Zero.
  10. You can have mine for $16.98.
  11. I also "might" if Dave doesn't. I'll check now... ...is this the one you need?
  12. The title of this thread is misleading. I was going to say to make sure it is firmly planted up someone's ass.
  13. Maybe just needs to be opened up and cleaned? Is it the 2002? If so that's about 13 years of potential crud build-up. Try contact cleaner that is also safe for plastic.
  14. Now that I read your whole post I would have to agree that a posi-tap is the way to go. I've used them to tap into my headlight wires and tail light wires with no problems in many years and miles.
  15. Here's another source of OEM style connectors - http://www.cycleterminal.com/index.html