Hello everyone, first post here. I just picked up an '05 with 68k miles on it that's been sitting mostly for 6 years. The guy I bought it from put 3k mikes on it since 2015 and I highly doubt he ever did anything to it in that timeframe except tires and bar risers. The upside is that the owner before him was very meticulous and even had a notebook with all receipts for service and upgrades. It literally had six years of dust on it and when I cleaned it, the cobalt blue looked amazing regardless of the typical wear and tear for a 17 year old bike. The negatives are the kickstand sensor needs cleaning or simply replacing or bypassing. The throttle cable sticks but like the kickstand sensor, it's an easy fix or a cheap replacement. The only major issue I have is there is final drive oil on the rim after riding it. I know nothing about final drives so can anyone tell me if the seals or gaskets go bad from sitting or could it be something simpler than that? It's not over-filled so I can discount that thought. Even if I have to take it to the stealership (who charges a $198.00 diagnostic fee just to look at it), I still come out golden since I only paid 2k for the bike to start with. However, if there's an easier and cheaper solution, it makes my purchase even sweeter. Any info you could give me would be greatly appreciated.