I have a 2008 Burgman 400K8. It was just in for its 14,500 mile service, a new belt primarily. During the belt change it was discovered the final drive was lacking a lot of fluid, the bearings had been running dry and were shot. The gears were still getting some lube and were declared good. After roughly $1,500 and 45 days I get the bike back. It's riding well but after 250 miles the speedometer suddenly quits working and the fuel injection light goes on solid. Back it goes to the Suzuki shop. A week goes by with no word so I drop by to discover it's fallen through the cracks in that it was looked at but no one called me. The speed sensor is bad, I'm told and I ok the repair. They offer to pull one off a new bike but I'm not in a big hurry. But no part is forthcoming from on high. Out of stock and after a week I ask if the new bike part is still available. Yes, and it gets installed. Problem fixed? Well, no. It appears to work but I know it's not telling the truth about how fast I'm really going. It's reading slow. When I'm doing between 60 and 65 it's saying 50. Very strange. I was going to take it on a trip the next day but decided that was too risky so the bike sat and I used my car. The next day I decided to ride and after the normal pre-flight checks I start out. No speedometer reading at all when accelerating but it comes off the peg a tiny bit when I let off the gas. I keep testing that, accelerating then backing off (normal traffic.) As I watch the speedometer reading slowly increases, coming closer and closer to the speed at which I think I'm actually traveling. Then it hits me. I'm apparently looking at a capacitance issue. The bad news would be that I'm right as the capacitor would be part of the instrument cluster and if memory serves me right that's about $550 for the part plus labor. Ouch! Anyone else have ever see something similar and, if so, what was the diagnosis?