I am not sure if my suspension may be set up wrong for my weight and height but after I come out of a hard left it is very hard to drop to the right quickly. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. thanks
this may sound a little too obvious, but have you checked your rear tire alignment??!!
when i bought my 05, the rear tire was off just a hair, and it caused me to have to muscle the bike into left-hand turns, but it would lay right over in right-handers.
doesn't cost anything to double check.......
yeah same thing i was going to say: check the rear tire alignment.
also, do you use the throttle cut trick? after you're done turning left, cut the gas completely so the bike will come back up quickly as hell, and when its up give back some gas and lean right... maybe its not the bike that isnt acting right.. it can be you but its a subjective point..
oh yeah and watch out for the shaft effet on the throttle when changing directions so fast
Getting off the throttle a little to help load the front tire is a good tip. Shaft effect ???
You can also force the bars over a little to help snap it around too. Another thing that I have found to help the bike rotate is lower the forks in the triple clamps so they sit fush. Really lighten up the effort needed to rotate the bike on mine.
Had a similar problem. Discovered that preload and rebound dampening didn't match between my front forks. My bike was diving a little right, and acting like a pig when trying to go left again. It was the right fork that didn't have enough preload and had an extra click or two or rebound.
having different settings in each fork will effect both right and left. The axle connects both fork legs and does not flex. It's like some riders will put different springs in each fork to fine tune the spring weight.
Chances are you favor turing one direction. Some riders find turning one direction more easy than the other.
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currently i have just a 15t front with the oem 45 and 525 chain on my track bike.
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