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What this means in layman terms
Basically, what it means is this: before you take any advice, THINK!
We provide the information to our best knowledge as a service to our readers, but...
the nature of the information is usually general to GS's, not specific to your highly tuned GSX1100EX. So, if you do apply any of the information to your motorcycle and it catches fire and burns down your house, while we may feel sorry for you, that's about it.
Nobody can even begin to think of, let alone warn you against, anything that can go wrong in any specific situation with any specific bike, computer, or garden grill. The ultimate responsibility lies with you, not us. If you feel that a repair is beyond your technical ability or the information given is incomplete, you need to take it upon yourself and bring your bike to a professional.
Most of us would much rather live in a world where this was common sense, except for lawyers of course. We shouldn't have to tell you this, but unfortunately we live in a world where one can successfully sue a manufacturer for not explicitly stating that you shouldn't spill hot coffee in your lap. God knows what they'll think of next...
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