Mitch, the new production Kawasaki KX250F was brought into your shop not too long ago and all the mechanics have told me they are both excited and optimistic about the new bike. Agreed?
Well, it’s great for us. Kawasaki designed a new bike and the chassis is kind of following what they did with the 450 and everybody really liked the difference between the older version of the 450 and the newer 450 because of the way it turns. It’s also lighter, more compliant and the chassis has been a real hit. They redesigned the engine and it’s better than it was last year and that’s going to help us. If the base of it is really good, we can make it better. We have a little bit of work to do to get some of the parts because they changed it so much that some of our old stuff won’t fit inside, so we have to remanufacture a lot of the parts. The slow part is just waiting to get all the pieces in and we’re getting them in now and we’re running some of the stuff and we’re testing it and the early testing is showing really good so I think we’re going to be in a really good spot come Anaheim.