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Old 11-25-2005, 10:40 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Patrick
It's sounds like your body position needs some work, also your suspension may not be properly adjusted and may be bottoming or riding low on it's sag.


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Old 11-25-2005, 11:56 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by koskesh
it rides fine to me. Ive let a few friends ride it and they say it feels fine as well. i do know i need to work on my positioning though and i dont know if i am doing something wrong but i know the faster i got through the turns the more i have to lean it. it seems like the only way to take those turns that fast. im not trying to look pretty for eveyone while im doing it, im just trying take these turns as fast as i can without eating . i will get my bike checked out just to make sure everything is ok though

the best you know is the best you have been on. i'm not saying the bike is out of wack, but its worth getting it looked at.(come by the shop anytime) you might get back on the bike after having it tuned and notice that you dont have to lean the bike that far or ride it that hard to go as fast as you are going. its very possible that you may go faster easier.

as far as dragging rearsets, they are designed to fold for this reason, but that can and will cause you big problems. i would suggest after market rearsets as stated earlier in the post and having the bike checked out. also understand that more lean angle means less contact patch on the ground. one the street, with street tires and everchanging conditions corner to corner this is not a good thing. strong formula for a crash. i've been through it, crashed from it, and its not worth it. take care
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Old 11-26-2005, 03:35 AM   #23
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