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Old 12-20-2014, 08:30 PM   #1
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Can anyone give me any information on a Road Warrior 250cc? I just relocated & purchased one & have heard nothing good about them. Granted , most of the naysayers seem to not be very astute but being new to the area I don't know who to believe! I have dealt with "Bike" people since I started riding at 15yrs old. I'm now 70 & have found that I've learned more from the people that offer the least advice. Thanks. Irish



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Old 12-20-2014, 11:58 PM   #2
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In my experience they are garbage, which sucks to say because im an icebear only dealership. I have worked on them, over and over and see the same problems. Even though the parts are very easy to find and inexpensive they are a new model and really need some work. Just keep a close eye on your oil. Ive had 2 blow up because of low oil, with no signs of dripping or burning.
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Old 12-21-2014, 12:22 PM   #3
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Thanks!

Thanks for the input. As far as oil & everything , I usually try to keep up with most things on a ride. Besides riding since 15 yrs , I also owned Two motorcycle repair & customizing shops in NH. I have found that with cycles or with just about anything , preventative maintenance is the most important thing. I mostly rode "chopped" Triumphs before so Trikes are fairly new to me! Thanks again,Irish
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Sorry-I was writing to ask you a question but my computer just went blank & I lost everything! I have an appointment now , so I'll get back to you tomorrow! Irish
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Old 01-16-2015, 01:12 PM   #5
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Road Warrior!

To anyone interested , I traded the Road Warrior for a 1200cc Sportster Trike!
I think that the Road Warrior had many mechanical problems that I'm getting
to the age , that I don't want to screw with anymore! Plus I couldn't get used to the lack of power that I'm used to.It was fine around the retirement village
that we live in but on the main roads , it was horrible. I'm 70 now & have been riding since I was 15 & I have avoided more accidents with power than with brakes or lack of power & this Trike has plenty of power! Just because it's there doesn't mean that you have to use it , but it's nice to know it's there!
This may b the "old" way of thinking but it's MY way! It's sort of like "You can't teach an old dog new tricks!" I also don't believe that! Irish
P.S. The Sportster is a 1976. The Road Warrior was a 2014, but I just want to
customize.Not fix everything that was wrong to start with!
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Old 01-17-2015, 08:48 PM   #6
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Mistake!!!!

Excuse me, I meant that the Sportster was a 2006! Irish
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