Hey gang, I ride a proud fine beast of a 1992 Suzuki Across (GSX250F) and she has some, well, lots of issues. - slow leak in rear tyre (there is a colossal screw embedded in the tread) - broken visor (duct taped) - very poor condition fairings indeed - various electrical issues (boot opener thing not working, etc nothing too major really) - torn seat - occasional shifting issues - flat spots in powerband - occasional disconcerting noises (many rattles, dreaded leaf-rustling noise) Anyway, i will either be selling for a move overseas soon or upgrading if not. However, that may not be for a month or two, and i still will be using it every day in that time. The question is - should i fork out and get at least a major service done on it? I paid only $1650 for it with the intention of just throwing it around for a few months while i saved for something nicer and i do my own maintenance (basic - oil change, filter, chain stuff etc) but it obviously needs it's carbies tuned and a new tire and i'm just quite reluctant to spend any money on it at all. It runs just fine, it's never given me any issues and i just pump the tire every 3 days to keep it in the safe PSI range. it's nearly up to 90,000kms. Perhaps i am just getting a bit paranoid about being left on the side of the road in the near future. What would you do in my situation?