The 250 Ninja is easy. Once I get the carbs working how I want, the bike build is only a lazy afternoon's work.
Update here.EX500: Absolutely nothing planned. It gets ridden whenever it's above freezing and the roads are dry.
KTM: Pull battery, top up coolant, drain fuel, MAYBE bring it to my friend's house for winter storage.
Pull and properly sync throttle bodies, properly sync idle air screws,drain fuel, replace and missing/damaged bolts and pins. Richen up the low end via homemade Yosh box if I don't get around to it before winter.
Edit: Knocked a couple items off the list early 😁
Every bike needs attention to varying degrees:^ grats, you def lucked out on cluster fix. So how many bikes, in total, have you got backed up there?
Triumph not finished. Still have to replace the speedo cluster bracket, and a broken headlamp bucket. Looked at the wiring for the tail lights, and it's a bit of a mess. Original signals replaced with LED, so there are some resistors added to the wiring, which are too untidy to my eye. I will attempt to clean the wiring up. Brake light is also LED but looks like OEM. Need to investigate if that is also aftermarket, which I suspect by the wiring. Not a ton of work, it's close.so 1 down, just 6 to go Dave?