Keep in mind I'm not bringing in any physical parts, or fluids, just the list itself, so I would be buying everything from the shop.
Call the shops, and ask. Get quotes for the work, and any recommendations you can..... then do what works the best for you.Keep in mind I'm not bringing in any physical parts, or fluids, just the list itself, so I would be buying everything from the shop.
So mount and balance 2 new tires........$80 (prices vary, but examples)I'll give the shop a call Tuesday, or just wait and talk to them in person on Friday, when I go to buy some gear.
My list is as follows;
Change: Oil and Filter (Motul 7100), Air Filter, Brake Fluid (Motul 5.1), Spark Plugs (NGK CR9EIX), Coolant (Engine Ice), Tires (Pilot Power 2CT), as well as flushing the coolant and brake system clean, replace auto CCT with a Manual unit.
Lube: All cables, pivot points, and chain (also inspect chain and sprockets, replace if necessary, and adjust chain slack to 1.35 in).
Inspect and Replace if necessary: Vacuum lines, Crankcase ventilation tube, fuel lines/system/filter, exhaust, sync throttle bodies, cooling system (test fan, inspect lines for leaks), Brake system (replace pads if necessary), clutch function and adjustment, forks (check fluid level and for leaks, if fluid must be changed use Bel-Ray), Battery voltage and lines, check all vital fasteners.
As of right now, that's all I have on my list. Would you add anything? What do you think this will cost me, excluding parts?
Thanks for the input! It currently has a full tank of fuel, and I bought it from the original owner. According to him, the bike was started at least once a month and ran to temp, then shut off. (This, of course was during off season. He also stated he used a fuel stabilizer.) I'll drain the tank tomorrow night after work, and have a look for rust. Fingers crossed!RiversZZR will give you a better idea of labor hours for what you want to do... labor rates are easily close to or greater than $75/hr.
As far as items to correct; I'd toss the battery without a second thought. Also you probably will have some sticky micro switches from sitting that much. The one at the side stand, and clutch lever are prone to this.
Gas tank internals are suspect -- shine a light in there and see what condition it is in. If it's full of rust, that's another area that will need attention or you will spend the rest of your time with that bike futzing with it.
That is nowhere near what I was expecting for labor. I definitely high balled that one lol. I'm well aware of the price for the parts, I was prepared to go in spending around $1500. I didn't really want to go over that, but it sounds like I won't have too. Thanks for the info, highly appreciated!So mount and balance 2 new tires........$80 (prices vary, but examples)
Install a new tensioner ........................$50
The oil/filter and all those basic things....$100
Then you have fork oil change..............$120
That would be my ballpark guess, $350 for the labor on everything you want done
I highly doubt you would need;
brake pads, sprockets (chain maybe if it is rusty or kinked etc...), fuel lines or vacuum lines or crankcase vent tube etc... You may well not even need an air filter, but good to look at, especially since you are in there for throttle body sync and new plugs (which you may well not really need the plugs either....but)
I am not going to go into parts pricing...