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    Just curious, being a complete and utter newbie, how many miles I can expect out of one. That is if maintenance is done on schedule and the gods are kind how long will one go? At some point I am sure things just wear to the point it makes sense to get new but is 25k unreasonable? That would give me 5 years at 5k a year.
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    I have 14.000 still goin strong

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    8,000. But I split the miles between my large road bike.. So that 8,000 means a lot of back roads.. OMM.

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    I only have about 3500 on my 2010 I bought new last year. But I would say you can expect way more than 25,000 if you keep up with the maintenance. Some here have 50,000+ on theirs.
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    Just around 5500 on mine over the course of about 2 years of riding....still rides like a brand new bike. These motors are so simple and have been around for so long, as long as you keep up on the maintenance (not that there's much to do) I don't really see any problems meeting your goals.
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    48,xxx on the original top end. Other than clutch fibers wiped out by a fuel saving auto oil, only normal wear and tune items replaced.



    Use the proper lubricants for a motorcycle with a combined sump and a wet clutch, stay on the maintenance, and ride it with respect, and there is no telling how far one will go.



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    qwerty's got me beat. 45,000+ miles and the origional topend.

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    7,500 on one and 2,076 on the other.

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    Thanks so much everyone. That's very encouraging. I am amazed seeing the used bikes with next to no miles. I am going to pick one up shortly and I fully expect it to accumulate the miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephenmarklay View Post
    Just curious, being a complete and utter newbie, how many miles I can expect out of one. That is if maintenance is done on schedule and the gods are kind how long will one go? At some point I am sure things just wear to the point it makes sense to get new but is 25k unreasonable? That would give me 5 years at 5k a year.




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