So I've got 600ish miles on my new '08, running great now that the carb is cleaned. (Another thread about that) and if memory serves, there is a 600 mile inspection that should probably be done.
I looked through the maintinence chart in the manual, looks like the only thing that *should* be done by a Kawasaki dealer at that stage is the spoke tightness and runout on the wheels.
Thing is, I am going on a long ride (800 miles) next weekend (fathers day) down to Portland, and I called the dealer today on my way home from work, and they're 3-4 days out, first come first serve....I'm leaving Thursday afternoon.
Think I should try to get it done before then, or think it would be ok to just take it in as soon as I get back.
I'm mechanically inclined enough to work on these things. (Been tearing apart a buddy's LS650, and putting it back together with no issues)