I've racked up an amazing 450 miles on my 2012 so far. When i got the bike, the first thing I did (before even riding it) was take it to a well known race shop here in Atlanta and get the suspension \ sag setup for my weight for track use.
I've been hauling around the mountains trying to break things in and it really feels like the front end wants to push out in tight corners. Tip in is great and keeping my line around long fast sweepers is no problem at all, but when I start pushing it, the front isn't 100% confidence inspiring. Really feels like I have to hold back more than normal until the corner starts to open up.
Is this normal? Any adjustments I can make to help resolve the issue? I'm going to try adjusting the tire pressure and see if that helps any.
if you have a shop or a suspension tuner set up your bike, and you feel its not right, the first thing you should do is call them and tell them what its doing or not doing, not come on a forum asking a question, lenny from ohlins did my suspension and he is just a phone call away if ever need to call him
btw i would never ride with tire psi that high, i use dunlop gpa211's and i run 31f 26r, (actual reccomended is 31 21 but i went up 5 on the rear) i've never used the bridgestone that you have, but generally more tire on the ground the better, you don't want your front feeling flat, but you still want grip
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Last edited by ckruzel; 11-12-2012 at 09:10 PM.