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Old 01-27-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
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slight front-end wobble

I went on a ride yesterday after work, and I noticed when I accelerate hard, my bars want to shake a little bit comming up on 100+, I've never noticed it before, and it feels plenty stable at 100+ but the wobble in the acceleration had me a little worried. Maybe its just me?
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Old 01-27-2011, 02:42 PM   #2
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your alright, your just floating the front end a bit (hardly any weight on front tire) ... just be careful not to hit a bump while the front end is afloat
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Probably just floating the front end as posted above, but check your tire pressures as well.
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Probably just floating the front end as posted above, but check your tire pressures as well.
that's what I was hoping to hear. I rarely get after it like I did yesterday, so I figured it was just me being paranoid lol. the bt 023's should be 36psi cold, right? and if i'm going for a spirited ride, what's a good psi, 32?
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My Street 675 does the same thing. Usually right after shifting from 2nd to 3rd around 90-100mph. Little wiggle wobble then it goes away after 2 seconds or so.
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My Street 675 does the same thing. Usually right after shifting from 2nd to 3rd around 90-100mph. Little wiggle wobble then it goes away after 2 seconds or so.
good to hear that's normal
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