After some sparse late season rides, the 1800 was 'winterized' as much as I'm going to do. With a heated garage, this involved simply pulling the battery to go on the Battery Tender and covering her up. She's lifted just off the ground, sitting on a stand under the frame.
I've drained the fuel tank with the intention of removing it along with both fenders, the radiator shroud, and the side covers. I'll be checking out custom paint quotes from some local specialty shops (get that ding in the tank fixed at the same time). Winter project will be stripping off the Sideburners, pegs, brakes, wheels, etc. for a good thorough cleaning and polishing. With the Spec 3, the engine is already black, I've just got to clean up and polish those fins. I'm replacing a cracked turn signal along with anything else I come across that needs work.
I've already got a full Barnett Clutch Kit sitting here ready for install as well. I know the bike hasn't hit 12,000 miles yet, but it sounds like the clutch slips a bit at times. I'm pretty sure it doesn't need to be replaced, but I've already got the kit and I've got many weekends available before spring comes around. I'm thinking Amsoil to go back into the system, so I'll have to check on local sources.
I'll take pics as I go, but none of these little projects seem to be ground breaking. Several others here in the VTXOA have already posted very good walk-throughs with pictures (many of which I will be using for reference with my manuals). If anyone really wants to see pics, let me know.