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Today I was detailing Phoenix to discover something odd. I was cleaning towards the back of the right muffler I pulled the rag off, It felt like I got into some thing sticky. I looked and it looked like lint on the rag. It was the remains of a cooked sticker. I also found out the antenna is adjustable so it moves out of the way for cleaning. I went to the dealer just to check things out. I told them about the sticker so we looked under a new bike. Low and behold there was a sticker in the same place. I thought I smelled something burning the first time i rode it. I just chalked it up to new exhaust the smell went away after a few minutes. Now I know what it was.
 

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Oh yeah man.
I scraped mine off with a putty knife and put it on a Ritz cracker and washed it down with a cold Budweiser.

Well, the damn thing went sideways on me and wedged in my throat.
I kept thinking that I was going to be ok, that this thing would pass.
But it didn't.

My throat closed in around this sticker and now my vocal chords are shot.
I can't even tell anyone what is wrong and how it happened.
 

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Ah, Big Daddy, me-thinks you jest!!!
 

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Ah, Big Daddy, me-thinks you jest!!!
Then I don't guess you took the time to taste those stickers that came on the gas tank and windshield?
Absolutely divine
Maybe the one on the exhaust pipe was a little overdone.
 

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Owners manual page 17 , list the entire menu a la carte :cool::
"Safety and Information LabelsLabels are model-specific and market-specific. Your motorcycle may not contain all of the labels shown.
1. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) (on side of steering head)
2. Vehicle Emission Control Information (VECI)
3. Noise Emission Control Information (NECI)
4. Operator Warning/Fuel Recommendation
5. Saddlebag/Cargo Warning
6. Highway Bar Warning
Safety
7. Shock Air Pressure Warning (CHIEFTAIN) (under side cover)
8. Rear Wheel Service Warning (if equipped) (under side cover)"
 
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