02 r6 ,just had a 520 ek chain sprocket change +2 rear-1 front and my tires keep sliding out on me . never happend before only thing I've noticed is the rear tire is all the way back of adjustment. chain needs to be shortened but it needs to strech first. tires are fairly new q2s. do i need to rest suspension. i almost slid under an oncoming truck, luckily i kicked my leg out and pushed myself up.
could be chain lube, silicon base or just weather change cold asphalt and tire. its just every time i pull my bike from a shop theres always something werd.
Might wanna start doing work yourself.
I'm not no mechanic, but if everything is new, I don't know why they put the wheel all the way back. I put mine at the front, so as the chain loosens over time, you then progressively move the wheel back to lessen the slack.
With your wheel already adjusted to the furthest back it can go, when your chain begins to loosen, you'll have to break the chain, adjust the link count and add a master link. Seems like too much work, I personally think you should find a different shop, or do it yourself. Chain & Sprockets aren't a hard job.
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$ 65.00 labor chain & sprockets one link would be to much they told me, have to wait till it stretched. i here what your saying though i try to do as much as i can , but i didn't want to buy a chain riveter for only one time.
riders/racers can go fast with the axle position all the way forward, or all the way back. It sometimes helps a little bit to have it one way or another depending on the track and other setup characteristics.. but we are talking about bikes with WAY more hp than an 02r6 (no offense) and going way faster using the limits of traction of competition race rubber not street/sport tires. (again.. no offense)..
post number 2 was the winner. You need to learn better throttle control given the conditions you have