:agree: Cash is King!!! Save the cash and take advantage of sales....you will be better off in the long run!My two cents... take your time buying your mods, you don't have to buy everything at once. Buy what you can and then save up for the next mod. This is how I do it.
:agree: but if you still ant to do it most places take Visa, Master card or Discover. But if you take a line of credit out on your house, you can right off the interest.I'm sorry but that's stupid.
Borrowing and paying interest will cost you twice as much for parts that will be worth half as much once they've been used and put on the bike. That's digging a 400% hole right away
Yeah, neither my wife or I have a credit card, so it is cash only.I generally try to pay as I go. And, it keeps the bike new to me when I do a mod or two at a time.
which fuel management did you go with? And can post a pic of the pipe on your silver bike? thank you.Yeah, neither my wife or I have a credit card, so it is cash only.
No cash, no goodies. I just ordered the new Cobra 2-into-1 and a fuel management from DLP. Its all paid for.
Exactly!:bigthumbsup:I generally try to pay as I go. And, it keeps the bike new to me when I do a mod or two at a time.
None here either! Course my wife has a couple, but she doesn't sustain much debt on them.:bigthumbsup:Exactly!:bigthumbsup:
I just bought a Cobra Tri-Pro and fuel management, paid cash for it. That was from one paycheck. The next one, I just ordered Squirrel's cover for the right side above the exhaust, his chrome add-ons for the two black plastic covers, and a oil temp gauge that goes where the dipstick is located.
Neither my wife nor I even have a credit card. How unamerican is that?