I found a Clean 2012 FJR with super low miles (4,716)...Now that Ive got the bike in the Garage I'm ready to make it mine..the front shield is clean but I find the motor seems slow going up n down, and last we enjoy having a GPS and water bottle up front, where do most Place them and keep them there!.....Thanks
Welcome to the sandbox! Pull up a seat, and be among friends.
I am a serious proponent of any Tire Pressure Monitoring System, which can be cheap or fancy; whatever works, and
is visible in sunlight. The easy ones just replace the valve stem caps, and plug in with a USB cable, with a display about the same size of the old cartwheel silver dollar. I have T-type valve stems on mine, so I can add air to a tire without removing the TPMS sensor. Who routinely checks their tire pressures as they are riding fast on the freeway? TPMS riders. Typically you can set the upper and lower limits for each tire pressure, and operating temperatures, before the alarm sounds/display flashes. A low-pressure tire can run very hot, while holding reasonable air pressure, before it fails. You might not
feel that disaster coming, and I hate surprises. TPMS, yeah!
A Cox radiator guard (or similar) will protect your expensive radiator, and a Fenda Extenda will help, there. Easy stuff.
Fall bars with
frame sliders will usually cost you less than the damage from a single zero-speed bike tip-over. Not a joke. Once the FJR goes too far out of vertical, no rider can stop the fall.
This stuff does not need to be done immediately, if at all, but those things would be on my list.