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Old 10-31-2019, 12:28 PM   #1
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Crispy Bacon Shin R1

I've currently have a 2013 and it fries the livin 773H outta my left shin. Anyone else have this? Other than a wrap, is there a better solution. Aftermarket Air veins or something?
Also, I might wanna get the 2020. Just wondering if it's like that on the new one.
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Left leg burns on your shin? I only feel heat under my on mine.

Do you wear boots?
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Sidi high boots.
Gets hot between the knee and ankle. Anything above the boot fries unless I'm stopped or over 70.
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