|FZ6 gets her all her fluids changed and all|
her pivot points lubed.
But what's this?? No traffic?? The Sam Houston Tollway was a breeze! Usually this stretch of the Beltway is a parking lot as cars stream on from the entrance ramps, and cars weave in and out jockeying for lane position before the US 59 interchange. I found myself at the dealership early, but fortunately the service department was already open.
It's a major service so I had plenty of time to walk next door to Taco Cabana for a coffee and an egg burrito. A couple of bites of the burrito, though, and I wrapped the thing back up and threw it away. So sipping on my coffee, I wandered around a bit, watching the sales floor staff arrange and rearrange the bikes, and to admire some of the Ducati's and Yamaha's.
Derick is the technician who works on my bike and he came out a couple of times to give me an update, which I appreciate. He said the bike looks good and runs well, no problems. I thought the chain needed tightening, but he said it was within spec's and didn't need it. I guess being a "lightweight" with a light throttle hand helps, since it seems it never needs adjusting.
I was home before noon, just in time to make lunch and settle in to watch the afternoon Olympics coverage.