yeah i will be going easy home!!!zx636r said:i agree with full protection 100% but i just like wearing jeans. someday i will get actual pants.
you could scuff up the rear tire a little bit, it wont hurt at all, but if you driving it home be carful, it is new. i had to drive mine home the day i bought it and it started to drizzle going down the highway and i was like o shiot im screwed but luckly i got it home ok.
It shouldn't be harder...it should be easier!bulldog said:im not sanding it i am just leanin it when it warm and i cant tell that much diff. but it is a lil slipery
i has to get the 170 instead of 160 and i can tell it is harder to stop
well after riding more today it isent slipery at all i got really leaned over on a courner by my house...drug the right peg a lil...well at least my toe :lol:Gas Man said:Yeah, it must be because it's new because a larger sized tire... would mean a large touch patch and therefor easier braking.
Remember to keep it cool for about a week or two.. depending on how many miles you get it...
well it is like my judjment on how far i am leaning i barley touch the ground with it then i pull it up...i guess when i get a suit i can just use the knee lolGas Man said:you shouldn't be draggin toe... get your feet ON the pegs... it will help you flick the bike easier...