Join Date: May 2009
Location: Indiana/ Michigan line at the Lake
Check out the high speed wobble thread currently running in this same dept.
I run high speed most of my commute and the KLR has changed accordingly.
With no regard to offroadability the tires are now full street Dunlop 408's,
40 psi in the tires, and the fork tubes slid up the steering tree an inch.
The bike is very happy like this. The 16 tooth front sprocket is almost a
must for maintaining high speed vs rpms. The dirt gearing isn't all that
effective at 85 mph. lol
The test rider line was kinda funny btw. We poke each other in the ribs
here and there but kinship n' friendship is underneath it all the time.
We're here to help each other and have a smile along the way.
The only way to know is just go ride the thing, a coupla mph faster each
run until you feel that your scooter can remain stable at speed.
This is my son, with whom I am well pleased." ----God