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Bike vibration

Does a 750 have alot of vibration, I finally got my camera mount in and it seems to vibrate more then any other videos I have seen with that same type of mount. Also thought it was just where I hadn't ridden in alil bit, but my hands seem to get alot of vibration in the handle bars while I'm riding. I don't think it's normal, but does anyone have a clue to what might be causing it, I'm taking it by the dealer I got it from tomorrow.

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Simply, it might just be the road... But, is it like a constant vib. that get worse as speed increases? And...what have you done with the motor that might have caused anything to go wrong? (i.e. kept it in a low gear at very high RPMs for a long period of time) Give me some clues...

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