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Old 10-14-2015, 11:05 AM   #21
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Did a quick search on wheel alignment after riding a friends cbr a found this. Pretty much exactly what's going on with his 954, bring up the front wheel and the bike goes hard right. I torqued the axel nut to spec, adjusted chain, swing arm notches were lined up spot on, and yes spacers were in correct orientation. Guess what still happens in a wheelie? Bike goes hard right.. So what ended up fixing your similar issue? I'm starting to think his 954 is tweaked from a wreck or something not so fixable. Any input is appreciated
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Old 10-14-2015, 12:39 PM   #22
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Its really no joke....its takin the fun out of it....5 bikes an have never had this problem...
You're jerking it too much with your right arm duh. Your right arm has too much muscle mass and now weighs quite a bit more than your left. Try jerking off with your left hand more to balance things out.
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