Previously had a 2005 Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R 636. It was a beautiful bike, but then someone tried to steal it, and I had insurance cover the fixes for the damages done. Problem was, the shop I took it too fixed the damages from the attempted theft, but then in the process smashed the ignition coil on cylinder 1 and left a bunch of vacuum lines unhooked. They didn't want to own up to it so I spent the last few months fixing those problems myself. Replacing the vacuum lines and damaged coil wasn't bad, it was hunting down the electrical gremlin that was the difficult fix. There was a short in the wiring on the to of my motor from what I believe was caused by the mechanic who used a sledge hammer to drive the coils into the motor. After I fixed it all up, I traded it in on my brand new 2017 Kawasaki Z650. Looking forward to doing some more riding this season than wrenching haha.