A Wing is reliable, but it still requires more than oil changes
Not to take the prior post too literally but I don't want to have a potential owner misled as to the required maintenance of a wing.
I would agree that the bike can go a very long time (likely even 100K) with literally just oil changes and tires but if that is really all that you do, it will eventually have problems and fail. Going that long doing next to nothing does speak to the reliability of the machine...but the people that go 200K and 300K are likely doing a bit more than just oil changes.
Specific point being...the recommended maintenance for the bike is quite a bit more than just oil changes.
At a minimum, in addition to oil changes, flushing the brake and clutch fluid every couple of years is absolutely necessary IMO as the brake system is fairly complicated and the fluid will eventually break down, absorb moisture and cause corrosion and failure within the brake system if not addressed.
Personally...I change brake and clutch fluid every 2 years, change plugs every 15K, change air filter every 25K, change oil every 5K (with cheap dino oil), change final drive oil every 25K, and change coolant every 5 years.
Some of that is more than recommended service interval and some of that is less, but it works for me and I'm confident that doing this would take the bike to 200K miles or more without issue.
I bought it to ride a lot...so I'm doing stuff now to help it last for the next 100K miles, not the first 100K. (only have 40K on it right now)
2016 KTM Super Duke GT
2015 Honda Grom
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2013 Honda GL1800 ABS
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