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Poll: How much have you spent on your Africa Twin since purchased?

How much have you spent on your Africa Twin since purchased?

  • $0 other than gas/maintenance

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • $100-$500

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    15

Graves

Moderator
Staff member
Aug 14, 2016
881
277
123
So. Cal.
#2
Only difference from other dirt bikes I've had is that it costs 10X more to repair crash damage.
 

RItwin

New Member
Jul 31, 2018
29
10
3
R.I. USA
#3
Only difference from other dirt bikes I've had is that it costs 10X more to repair crash damage.
Right?!?!?! bumped into my brothers pannier racks at maaaayyybe 6mph $5,460usd to repair mine, $480usd to replace the pannier rack and plastic license plate holder on his 1090 adventure R.....:oops: It was $1,540usd for the headlight alone, good PR for those fancy headlight guards that i dont have....:p hahahaha
 

Graves

Moderator
Staff member
Aug 14, 2016
881
277
123
So. Cal.
#5
WOW! At that point I might have gone full enduro R, radiator shrouds and dual Baja Designs LaPaz headlamps.

Right?!?!?! bumped into my brothers pannier racks at maaaayyybe 6mph $5,460usd to repair mine, $480usd to replace the pannier rack and plastic license plate holder on his 1090 adventure R.....:oops: It was $1,540usd for the headlight alone, good PR for those fancy headlight guards that i dont have....:p hahahaha
Right?!?!?! bumped into my brothers pannier racks at maaaayyybe 6mph $5,460usd to repair mine, $480usd to replace the pannier rack and plastic license plate holder on his 1090 adventure R.....:oops: It was $1,540usd for the headlight alone, good PR for those fancy headlight guards that i dont have....:p hahahaha
 

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