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· Administrator - American Legion Rider - KA5LRS
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That's an interesting color on that Cadillac version
of the Spyder. They are a love/hate vehicle though
and takes at least 500 miles for most before they
learn how to ride a Spyder. Some never do, they
fight it. You might do better on the F3 Sam as you
can adjust the riding position quite a bit. Looks like
your legs were a tad cramped on the RT. You might
be able to adjust that out on the F3.

 
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Well, I started out of 3 wheels and might as well go out on 3 :)

Very expensive though and I have always done my own maintenance but it looks like a PHD would be required in 'Plasticology,' to just get to the Scoots vital organs!

Imagine not having to worry about balancing at a stop or sliding feet on sand and pea gravel or oil and antifreeze!

Maybe-just maybe:)

Sam
 

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My wife has got very good at removing everything on her Spyder(F3 Limited not her RT Limited). She's got it down to 30 minutes to remove and replace everything. She got practice mounting a CB. The F3 is just slightly different than the RT but not that much. So if she can do it you can do it Sam.
 
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