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  1. Thanks Cruizin! Sorry for the duplicate thread. I'll read up on some of the older posts.
  2. $75.99 for 4 liters... Welcome to Canada lol. Looks like it is JASO MA rated - Shell Rotella T - Wikipedia EN.M.WIKIPEDIA.ORG
  3. Hey gang, Wanted to pick your brain a bit. Im in a sport riding group and they are doing a group buy for Rotella T6 oil. Its diesel engine oil, but apparently a bunch of track guys go on and on about it and how good it is. Buying 19L at a time ($7.50/liter) Rotella T6 Synthetic Diesel Engine Oil, 18.9-L | Canadian Tire WWW.CANADIANTIRE.CA Rotella T6 Synthetic Diesel Engine Oil provides protection in three critical areas Acid control — helps protect against corrosion from acids formed as fuel burn Even better, Shell has a $25 mail-in rebate on it for 2019 (https://www.shell.ca/en_ca/business-customers/lubricants-for-business/save-five-dollar-per-litre-back-by-mail/better-fuel-economy.html#iframe=L0RJWS90NXQ2L2NhLw). Brings price down to $6.26/liter Anyways, just wondering what people think about running 5W-40 Synthetic diesel engine oil in their bikes... crazy or genius? I usually buy Motul 7100 which is $75 for 4 L ($18.75/liter). Thanks!
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    Ontario owners??

    Ontario owners, make sure you add yourself to the Member Map here: Hopefully we can get a meetup going for this upcoming summer!
  5. Yeah some of the feedback is making me re-think the configuration. I think I will be moving it to point to the side, slightly downward to help with clearing water. I don't ride in the rain, but still good for when washing the bike. Thanks!
  6. Sounds a touch high... I'm 26, single and paying $1200 for full coverage on my 2015. Maybe because your bike is slightly newer? Also my insurance dropped by about 30% when I moved from West GTA to the Kitchener-Waterloo area.
  7. Can't post the full PDF but this is what the Insurance broker sent me for Yamaha
  8. The difference here is that even though $200k is the minimum liability, I haven't seen any insurance that will do <$1M. Other ontario owners can chime in here.. but definitely something I would be willing to look at next season
  9. Happy to help! I figured what the hell... couldn't find a good video that really showed how EASY it is to install! And as I mentioned, 1 to 1, it isn't really 'louder' but a much better tone. As @bugie pointed out, its a straight swap, unlike many of the air horn variety that need a power source. I will also look at facing it at a minimum sideways. I don't ride in the rain if I can avoid it, but still a good idea for washing the bike, bugs etc!
  10. Video link above shows before/after, and quick install guide (extremely easy). There was no improvement in actual horn volume, but the Soundbomb Mini is definitely lower and seems louder. Happy with it and will be messing around with the configurations in the next little while!
  11. Husqy

    Ontario owners??

    Hey Cruizin, Sounds awesome man! Looking forward to seeing those improvements!
  12. Husqy

    Ontario owners??

    Hey Husqy Do you by any chance live in Waterloo? I often see a red FJ ride past my office which is located at Erb & Westmount Road. Seeing that bike ride by definitely helped push me in the direction of the Tracer! Cheers, Rob Hey Rob, That is almost definitely me Live in Kitchener but work right beside Uptown Waterloo. When I do ride, I go right by Erb & Westmount to get to the office Happy to hear I helped bring you on-board! Maybe we can grab a coffee if we get a break from the winter. She's stored in the garage, but I break her out if I get a dry, +5C day on the weekend. You would actually be the third person I influenced into getting a Yamaha triple. Two buddies of mine picked up the MT09 and the XSR900 because they fell in love with my FJ motor! Cheers.
  13. Fair enough, but you guys do get a true 12 month riding season... We are looking at 8-9 months at best :\\ (that's for us brave ones who ride until about 0 C)
  14. Sorry, my post was intended as sort of a clumsy way of sympathizing with you.No problem! Just some people seem to want to rub salt in the wound. We just want reasonable insurance
  15. Sigh... you try to post under the Canadian FJ09 portion... with a title of 'Ontario owners' and all the responses are just out-of-province people saying they pay less. WE KNOW. This was just info to help us Ontarians who are paying out the ass for insurance.
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