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he guys my name is dave im 31 yrs old i live in nyc . i just got my motorcycle license and i want to purchase a harley so here i am . im looking for feed back on the street 750 im look to purchase one before july i m a new rider so i can use all the help i can get thanks in advance
 

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I am a new rider as well, and so far, I am finding the 750 a great bike to start on. It has a fair amount of power for its weight and handles amazingly so I am finding it a perfect bike for new riders. One thing to keep in mind if you do decide to get the street 750, is some of the bikes have a known issue with the fuel light, it is a simple fix, and takes a short amount of time and the dealer can fix it.
 

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I am a new rider as well, and so far, I am finding the 750 a great bike to start on. It has a fair amount of power for its weight and handles amazingly so I am finding it a perfect bike for new riders. One thing to keep in mind if you do decide to get the street 750, is some of the bikes have a known issue with the fuel light, it is a simple fix, and takes a short amount of time and the dealer can fix it.
No, the dealer CAN'T fix it (yet). Do your homework, this bike in my opinion has a serious fuel tank design flaw. Be careful when the bike is low on fuel. Other than that, it is a great bike.
 

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Make sure you make dealer to 'fix it' by replacing the pump assembly. It will fix it for a while, even though it may start happening again in the future. In that case make them 'fix it' again.
 
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