And isn't check fall-away in the list ??Replace engine oil & filter
CHECK: oil lines, brake system, air cleaner, tires, clutch fluid, rear bel & sprockets, throttle & brake controls, jiffy stand, brake fluid, brake pads & discs, switches/electrical equipment, cooling system inspect (clamps) clean radiator, check critical fasteners for tightness....
total at the dealer will be between $300 to $500
Total if you did it yourself would be <$100, since the only part of this service that requires money to be spent is the oil & filter changes. Don't waste the money, do the 1k service yourself. If you don't own a torque wrench, the money you save on this first service will buy you one of the nicest ones out there.
No there is more to it than that... get the MM or search for a thread here that has the complete procedure. Maybe someone will point you to the thread since I am too lazy..... (and I'm going out right now)Hope so. I'll have it up on lift and try to check it. Just look for movement as your jacking up the front wheel?
Well that's just strange... In my 2009 VRSC Service Manual page 1-5, Table 1-1 Regular Service Intervals it includes Steering Head Bearings Adjust at 1000 miles and again at 20000 miles.NOPE, it should be but it is not. The 1k service is pretty much an overpriced oil change and doing a "once over" on the critical fasteners.
We must not be on the same page. My maint manual and Owners manual each have 24 inspection items, of which 18 are at 1000 miles. I don't know where you read 60 items.I was not going by the service manual, but the Owner's manual. That being said, the owner's manual does state "adjust steering head bearings" but nothing about fall away. Please excuse my oversight while going through the 60 line item list.
I still stick by the statement that the 1k service is a glorified oil change. If your steering head bearings need "adjusted" at 1k miles but not again for another 19k....