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Old 05-06-2011, 12:11 PM   #41
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as it sits right now. forgot to bring the seat to mount. pod filters arent on yet and i need another breather. needs a few more things to be road worthy, brakes, grips etc. cafe or sell im not sure yet, but im just going to ride it around for a bit then see what i want to do.

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Old 05-07-2011, 06:48 PM   #42
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so i had a in my pant moment today on the new ride. been riding local streets for a few days and figured i would take it out onto the freeway today... it scoots along just fine... except til u get to i want to say 75-80ish (no speedo cable yet, got a stripped bolt that is still holding the old cable to the wheel) anyway. it goes into a head shake; i had passed a car and went back into the lane when it started to wander (the bars), i go wtf, then it started to get somewhat aggressive and i go . relaxed my grip as much as i could without letting go and coupled with a smooth rolled off and it starts to calm down. WHEW! that was a close one.

in thinking maybe suspension (its super soft up front) or tires (flat spot?) ill inspect it later.
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Old 05-10-2011, 08:37 AM   #43
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so i had a in my pant moment today on the new ride. been riding local streets for a few days and figured i would take it out onto the freeway today... it scoots along just fine... except til u get to i want to say 75-80ish (no speedo cable yet, got a stripped bolt that is still holding the old cable to the wheel) anyway. it goes into a head shake; i had passed a car and went back into the lane when it started to wander (the bars), i go wtf, then it started to get somewhat aggressive and i go . relaxed my grip as much as i could without letting go and coupled with a smooth rolled off and it starts to calm down. WHEW! that was a close one.

in thinking maybe suspension (its super soft up front) or tires (flat spot?) ill inspect it later.
Could be the steering head bearings or the swing arm bushing. This topic seems to come up pretty regularly on the Honda SOHC4 forums.
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