I asked the dealer about a service order that was supposedly released on the efi machines, I believe it was SAS 206. He said that he had no clue as to what I was talking about. I asked if he had any knowledge on the SMART VALVE situation and he aknowledged that there was "contaminents" in the fuel tank which are clogging the smart valve. I asked if they removed my tank and had it cleaned. They said they removed the fuel pump and smart valves and one of the valves was stuck closed. Their remedy for this was to unstick the valve and install it back into the tank. He said they inspected the tank and it had no contaminents in it. O.k it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that if the valve is stuck closed, there is obviously something in the tank clogging the valve.
The starting problem was remedied by changing the throttle safety switch. Yeah, that worked good. It only took me 7 pulls and a wide open throttle to get it to start one time today. So much for 2 pull starts that the EFI's are famous for.
Front shock and adjuster had stopped working. I could only get two turns out of it, then it wouldn't turn no more. Expressed this to my dealer. 2 miles later and wholla, same thing.
That phone call to my dealer on monday morning isn't gonna be to pleasant. My exact words to him before I picked it up was " do we got everything fixed up and ready to go" and his answer was yes. 50 miles later I'm back on my way to the dealer for all the same problems. What does warranty mean. Put it in the shop for a couple of days, stand around and look at it, then push it out the door to another happy, satisfied customer. I guess I don't spend enough money to get proper service.