The Silent Assassin
- Temecula, CA
As of right now I either need an electric blanket or I will need to bring the entire bike indoors during the cold wi winters.Thanks for uploading the file.
As I sit here & peruse the manual while enjoying some particularly good rum .. a few things are of interest.
Warranty. Two years, hooray ! , that's certainly never been done before for a dirt bike.
The thing is though, under the section 'does not cover' you'll notice the following ; (vi) vehicles that have been used in sporting official competition or have been used in rental services or for commercial purposes.
What exactly is ; 'sporting official competition' ?
Any amateur race of any kind, or just sanctioned professional events ? Kind of an important distinction warranty wise for many buyers.
Washing the bike.
From the Stark website ; " For cleaning, we recommend using a power washer. " - In the FAQ section.
From the manual ; Do not use a high pressure cleaner. Water coming from a high-pressure hose can cause damage to the bearings of your motorcycle. Water can also get into the electrical wiring, which can lead to short-circuits in the electrical system.
So yeah ..
In the manual, pg 32 ; recommended operational & storage ranges.
• Temperature: 0 to + 25 °C 32 to 77 °F
• Humidity: 0 - 60%
Seriously ? Surely 'recommended' is to be taken with several grains of salt - maybe the whole bottle.
In all fairness, it is just the initial version of an owners manual by a manufacturer who has never had occasion to produce one .. so it's likely I'm being far too obsessive & critical while consuming info on 'all things Stark Varg' as I wait on mine to be delivered.
Awesome, Bryan! This is going to be a perfect first entry in our new Stark Varg Resources subforum.Attached is revision 2 of the Stark Varg Owners Manual.
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