Can you tell these two bikes apart? I'm not sure if I can...
Very easy to tell the differences
1. Theres a puddle of oil under the top one.
2. The bottom one will have non-OEM tires on it within 2 years, while the top will have sticker tires for years!
3. The top one makes more trips to the shop the bottom one just makes trips.
4. The top one hasn't had any major upgrades since its debut, the bottom one is a brand new design loaded with the newest tech.
5. Fans of the top one troll other people's boards to try and justify wasting money on their brand name fandom
I should amend it to say "the top ones manufacture ignores all problems hoping they go away on their own, the bottom one addresses its issues"Careful now about # 3. There is the misfire problem that is becoming more wide spread with no fix in sight. A month ago we were told the fix is "days" away.
I should amend it to say "the top ones manufacture ignores all problems hoping they go away on their own, the bottom one addresses its issues"
I didn't know Matt Laidlaw had an account here...
Sorry Polaris isn't "Merica" enough for you! American born and bred and made. How dare that American company call themselves a motorcycle company. Too bad nobody under the age of 50 wants a Harley.
Riders of the top one spend their time trolling other brands boards, Riders of the bottom one, well they spend their time riding.
I have mixed feelings on Metz tires. I have had them on 2 other bikes and while their new performance was great and they held up well they fell off very quickly and that was both 880's and 888's.I didn't know Matt Laidlaw had an account here...
...and with #2, the Challenger comes stock with Metzler Cruisetechs, so I doubt that there will be many people swapping them out...
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You’d think the one that’s been in business since 1903 would be leading the motorcycle world in design and engineering, not following. Now, take your keyboard and petulant trolling elsewhere. The adults are discussing motorcycles.