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Old 04-15-2010, 12:15 PM   #1
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Question What does it do?

What does riding with a bent subframe mean?

What does it do to the performance?

Can I take it off?

I am curious, because my subframe is bent and I don't want to ride it. I looked up some forums on google and from what I read it doesn't make a difference. (At least on cbr's and Gsxr's)

Wonder if any of you have done it or know what will happen.
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the buyer is still saying he wants it but I am impatient. Went down to Motorcycles Unlimited and got the coolant reservoir and the handlebar and fixed it myself. I am going to take off the headlight assembly and gauges when the weather clears up. Straighten all that out and put it back on. I was afraid to work on my own but I dont wanna pay an arm and a leg to get it fixed if I'm just going to sell it.

Getting pretty familiar with a bike too. so I am just kinda learning with this bike.
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do you know what a subframe is?
The part of the bike where the passenger seat is on.

Where my rear brake light and trunk is at...

Unless I used the wrong term. If I did please correct me?
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