Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Jacksonville, NC 28540
Originally posted by molebaby
Unless your a good customer buying a new bike and a bunch of parts every year or two at my dealership. And if I found you had worked on you bike. I would advise Kawasaki Motor Corp. that you had voided your warrentty. Unless of course you are a factory certified tech or an M.M.I. grad. And why not your taking food from my mounth. I would have no problem sleepping at night.
Then why does the company publish the manual? Not trying to take food out of anyone's mouth here, but the readily available shop manual takes you through things like oil changes and regular maintenance quite easily. Now, if you can prove that it was done incorrectly, by all means, call it a warranty void. But if it was done properly according to the manufacturers accepted manual... well... then I would phone my attorney.
1991 FZR 1000 - built 1040 with race cams, Akrapovic full exhaust, and mild suspension work
2004 YZF R1 - Graves full exhaust, velocity stacks, BMC race filter, and Power Commander. Rear Ohlins. Forks rblt with Race Tech springs and Gold Valves.
2005 20th Anniversary V-Max (0098/2000) - T boost,
2005 YZF R6 track bike - Graves full exhaust, Race Tech suspension