Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada
Exactly, kawasaki is paying the price for a mistake made by someone else. And the reactions of a few non understanding people jumping to conclusions, complaining and wanting to jump ship from an obviously inferior machine into something way better are not helping anything. Everyone needs to just accept the fact that there is an issue and deal with it like grown ups instead of having a temper tantrum and spreading ill will about Kawi and their product/service. I understand what a bummer it is not being able to ride your machine, therefore we are left with two options. Option 1 park it and wait patiently for a repair to come out, because complaining,slandering and selling/trading off isn't going to make any difference.
Option 2 continue to ride at your own risk, this is the option I am doing. I as well have over $20k invested into my T4 on top of $20k plus that I have in my T2 and I am going to continue riding both. But what I'm not going to do is complain about how long it takes to get it fixed or sell it off or trade for another brand, and most definitely in the event of a failure/accident I will not be looking for monetary compensation from Kawasaki. They are doing the best they can to fix the problem and have made it very clear that there is a risk involved by riding my machine and I have chosen to not heed their warning by continuing to drive it.
2012 VIBRANT blue Teryx 4, Muzzy's, ECU reflash, custom cage & roof & windshield, machined clutch, 14" STI HD Beadlocks with 32" Roctanes/Tatou 4S Tracks, Warn XT40 winches front & rear, bedlift 2" Highlifter kit, snorkeled to 6ft, Rigid Duallys
2010 black, FST 840 stage II cams, DASA intake & injectors, BF throttle bodies, Msd, Muzzy Pro`s, Snorkeled, Warn XT40, 14" STI HD Beadlocks with 30x10x14 EFX Motoclaws, Custom rear Radiator, Unisteer