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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 10-05-2018, 08:35 AM Thread Starter
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I am taking bets that Eddie dont keep it long enuff for the warranty to run out ...
In days gone by, I would agree but with where the MoCo is now, nothing has me anxious to jump from my '17 that is done up the way I want - Unless something changes financially for me, a $43K CVO is not in my future......I don't care for the Blacked Out Look (been there, done that) of the new '19 RGS bikes and a quick Stage 2 with the right Cam gets me to a Stock 114 and I am actually okay with the Head Unit GPS Boom Dash that came with my '17 - Nothing to really get me to jump so I am going to ride the '17 until it blows up
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I have an email from Jim Palmer(from another members inquiry) and his reply when asked if he’ll cover a “home built” stage four build his reply was

“We will cover the repairs if the components are properly installed. If they are installed incorrectly and that is the reason for the failure, coverage could be impacted.

You must understand how to properly perform these upgrades, as it is a large undertaking. We will be good and I look forward to assisting with your coverage.”

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I have no cares one way or the other on this issue just thought I’d share. That coverage is up to the cost of factory H-D parts btw.
JP has said the same to me in conversation and email. I have also called the warranty company and talked to them and told that same exact thing. The key to it all that you need to remember is your last sentence "That coverage is up to the cost of factory H-D parts btw" which is true for the Harley ESP and the Boardtracker ESP. You will have to cover the difference if you don't want HD parts put back in.

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"That coverage is up to the cost of factory H-D parts btw" which is true for the Harley ESP and the Boardtracker ESP. You will have to cover the difference if you don't want HD parts put back in.
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JP has said the same to me in conversation and email. I have also called the warranty company and talked to them and told that same exact thing. The key to it all that you need to remember is your last sentence "That coverage is up to the cost of factory H-D parts btw" which is true for the Harley ESP and the Boardtracker ESP. You will have to cover the difference if you don't want HD parts put back in.
Very true and I’ll add to that that HD parts are often more expensive than aftermarket.
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Hey Eddie not to change the subject but who do you recommend me talking to at Heritage, I am toying with possibly getting a new ride
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Hey Eddie not to change the subject but who do you recommend me talking to at Heritage, I am toying with possibly getting a new ride
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Another vote of ESP. Bought it last week. $824 for an additional two years. Took about ten minutes to fill out online and Jim answered a question I had in the online chat box while I was doing it.

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In days gone by, I would agree but with where the MoCo is now, nothing has me anxious to jump from my '17 that is done up the way I want - Unless something changes financially for me, a $43K CVO is not in my future......I don't care for the Blacked Out Look (been there, done that) of the new '19 RGS bikes and a quick Stage 2 with the right Cam gets me to a Stock 114 and I am actually okay with the Head Unit GPS Boom Dash that came with my '17 - Nothing to really get me to jump so I am going to ride the '17 until it blows up
Same here. I used to assume I was getting a new one every 3 or 4 years. I never even had to change the battery on a bike since I don't keep them long enough. Now all my money goes to Penn State and Indiana University so this one will be around for a while.

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Thanks for starting this Eddie. I was just trying to decide myself about how far I am going to go. Just was talking with a friend of putting in the redshift 468 or the woods 22x. Was thinking of gambling but if the discount esp will back it for the most part I think I will do both!

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