Has anyone come across a security oil plug for the V? You know, the kind that is difficult to remove without the right tool.:feedback:
Soo.....Gasoline melted the sugar in your gas tank and turned it to a gel?? Or was it Jello in your gas tank? :dgi:
I also had something like that happen years ago, except it was sugar in the tank-made it 8 miles, truck bucked a few times and quit. Tank was all gel. Motor never did run right after that! Iknow they make locking gas caps but have not heard of the other. Sounds like a possible money idea :goodidea:
They way I took it was that some well minded "citizen" meaning A-hole did it as is sabotage..... Could have poured from a lawn mower can or jar??I'm also amazed at how someone could confuse the gas intake with the oil intake. Didn't they notice the gas nozzle was too big to fit into the hole?
This whole thing just sounds fishy.
That is a neat idea (if you are worried about it). It would indeed be easy to spot.You can always drill a small hole in it and safety wire it like you would a track bike. Cost almost nothing and really easy to spot if someone touched it.
:thumb: Now you gave me some direction to work on.:thanx:If ours uses Kawasaki Part number 16115-1009 (or has the same thread) this one should work.
In my opinion it isn't worth it, especially at $65.Tell me what you guys think. . .
So, what part of town do you live in? I want visit your ride and see how you feel about it. :grinangel:In my opinion it isn't worth it, especially at $65.
If you are looking for the bling-bling aspect, it's a small part of the engine that most people aren't going to notice.
If you are worried about vandalism, as Capt Kirk said, it is far too easy to damage a bike (push it over, slash tires/seat, etc).
$65 will pay for a few months of insurance that will cover any damage some idiot may cause. Plus you get medical and collision on top of that.