I'm still tyring to wear out my AVL Classic for an excuse to purchase a G5....no dice.
REpozer,Insurance problem: I called it a Royal Enfield C5.It's a "Royal Enfield Bullet Classic C5". Set straight through call to the underwriter. My bad. 15 minute fix.That did it....I'm insured and I'm paying like $20 less per year than for the 2004 Victory Vegas the C5 just replaced.Life is good.The bike is a blast. Sounds like I'm being chased down the road by my lawn mower, but it is a blast to ride. Double suspension in the rear is super cool on my destroyed spine. I like it.Mike
Thanks all!So...I'm feverishly hacking away at my break in miles when the sun sets and I notice that there is a flickering light coming out from under the instrument cowling onto the steering neck. Come home and find two of the three bulbs going to the warning bezel are swinging free. Which goes where? I look at the wiring diagram in the owners manual and note that the print isn't really print and wire color marking is sparse. So....gonna call dealer and/or visit dealer. He has another C5 there which I can throw an eye on. Bike stays home. Dealer is 90 minutes from my house back road, break in friendly miles. Dealer is 6 miles from where I work. Rode the Ural in today. Gotta laugh. Really. Learned to laugh owning the Ural. Stay tuned.Mike