Here's a review of the Honda 750 Integra.
Reason they need doing every 8000 Miles as opposed to the Burgmans 16000 miles is because they are locknut and adjuster.I see no reason why a modern engine, especially something for a simple scooter, should require valve checks anywhere near that often. Some engines that have redlines way into the middle 5 figures do not require valve checks any more often than 28,000 miles. My Goldwing is every 32,000 miles! Can't they make a simple little twin to do the same?
Reason they need doing every 8000 Miles as opposed to the Burgmans 16000 miles is because they are locknut and adjuster.
So very quick and easy to do for the Home Mechanic.
Unlike the Burgmans Bucket & Shim arrangement where the camshafts have to be removed
I believe Suzuki quote 7 Hours Labour for the Burgman 650 16000 Mile Service.......
My 1995 Honda PC800 has hydraulic valve lifters. Almost 90,000 miles on her and never had the Tupperware off for any kind of repair and certainly, not for a valve adjustment.Why don't they put hydraulic valve lifters on bikes like they do cars?
I've discovered that Mothers Back To Black makes that hump look like new again. And if you check that link, you'll notice it's an absolutely incredible deal!Not really a scooter in my book. Too high a hump to get my hind leg over. The Burgman 650 is pushing it for me evidenced by the scuff marks on the hump cover.