Just changed my plugs today...how is that for timing!Sorry to revive an old thread, but I'm looking at doing some maintenance work on the bike tomorrow and would like to know if the plugs could be swapped by swinging the radiator out like Vern said, or if that's just a PITA and better to pull the tank.
I don't want to dent up the radiator etc. (maybe cover w cardboard) and it looks pretty tight under there.
Anyone want to confirm that they can be swapped by going behind radiator?
The filter still looked pretty clean but since I was already in there whats another $25.? Do you deal with extreme dusty conditions? The air filter recommended replacement is every 24,000 miles as opposed to 8,000 miles for the plugs...?
Huh?I read these threads, and realize that I never get through one set of tires, one set of plugs, one air filter, or more than two oil changes on any bike. But if I do someday, these threads will be of great assistance.
The life of a pilot...that sounds real familiar. Clocking hotel time.Uhh, no. But I only see my house 3 days/nights per week. Which makes riding a true luxury. 160 hotel stays per year
Might be time to be talking to your union rep. Lol.True, true.
Logging 900hrs/yr of jet PIC time, means very little logging of FZ09 single pilot time . And then winter steals 4 months.
Amen brother. I did 13 years with the commuters. Corporate now since 1998. Been there, done that, got a closet full of T-shirts!I'm out at 55...
We average 2-3 legs/day, stage length 2.5-4 hours. In the past 11 years I've amassed about. 10,000 hours of jet time. By the time I retire, I will probably be right near 26,000 hours of just jet time.
The unions are in bed with airline mgt., no one cares about me, but me... And the FAA panders to them as well.