Not familiar with your abbreviations... what I'm thinking about reading your post:Hello. Ive never owned a OCP bike before, and I always mid my bikes. The 899 seems almost perfect as us apart from the sloppy pegs and the pillion pegs. If you mod a PCP bike iguessyou just restore to normal before trading in?
Ahhh, so like a lease with an option to buy at the end of the term like on a car. I didn't know you could do that on a motorcycle.I believe the OP meant this:
Personal contract purchase
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But I would run it by the ICP before you get too OCD on Mods.
Ahhh, so like a lease with an option to buy at the end of the term like on a car. I didn't know you could do that on a motorcycle.
I've never heard of it before, I don't think we have it in the states. Still most people I know swap bikes quicker than every 3 years. Anyway, F***ing PCP, How Do They Work?Sorry all, I did this half asleep on my phone with one eye shut. Re-read my post and the follow up made me laugh.
So yes, OCP = PCP. Mid = Mod, Sloppy = Slippy.
I'm happy to leave it as stock, I'll remove the pillion pegs and maybe switch out the main pegs but I'll put back to stock at the end. I've never done a PCP, all my mates have for a while and I always wondered how they could afford all these bikes. New bike every 3 years