My guess would be yes. I have found it at some of the better local news places here in Canada. I would check Borders in the US as it seems to me that they carry just about anything that is out there, at least they use to.
So I have a 06 Burgman 400 with about 2,500 miles on it. From time to time my Burg will just cut out while at a stop. It's happened maybe a handful of times in 60 days or so days with no rhyme or reason. The Scooter is well maintained, battery is fully charged, recent plug and oil change...
I have seen several references to the low center of gravity on the Burgman 400. Exactly what does that mean and how is it better than say a higher center of gravity that is on another scooter like the Majeaty. Does it make a difference in ride quality?
I own a 2003 Burgman 400 VIN #132100307 with about 15K miles on her. Love the machine and have owned it for over twenty years. The right Glove Box/Compartment door shared off recently just above the hinge. Not able to repair with glue.
Any thought on where I can buy/get a replacement...
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