Question about Motorcycles
Just bought it ... take it back. Bought if from a individual ... take it back. Wobbling is NOT good ... take it back make em fix it or get your $ back.
Posted on Dec 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wobbling problem
Check tyre pressure. If tyre pressure is ok check for worn out tyres if tyres are bald replace tyres. Check for Handle freeness. If hard visit the nearest Authorised Service Station.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: i was woondering how to
I hope that i can give you some ideas. First, check the front tire for wear and balance. Check the steering head bearings. Check believe it or not, the frame for any cracks or weak points. Check the rear suspension including the swing arm. Check also the oil level in the front forks, they have to be equal amounts in each fork. If this means to have the seals changed and refilled with proper oil then have it done. If you have a history of the machine then it might help. And yes, i know what a wobble will do,
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
If your haveing dificult maintaining traction in the wet there are a number of things which need to be addressed & without wanting to judge your rideing ability haveing never seen you ride I am not in the position to do that so lets just go through the list firstly do you slow down in the wet doing this will give you more time to gear down & set the machine up for the corner you wish to turn wich will mean you will need to use less brake thus reduceing the risk of locking up the wheel causeing the skidding you speak of secondly increase the distance you travell from the vehicle in front this will giveyou more time to slow down without the need for harsh brakeing if you allready doing these things then I have to assume you are running a hard compound tyre which are fine in the dry & will give long service but however do not offer good traction in the wet I would advise changeing to a softer compound & be prepared tochange them a little more often than youwould if you stay with the current tyres.Regards Geoff
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
SOURCE: Bike wobbling problem
I have bajaj pulsar 150CC 2003 Model. Since last few months (3-4) months I am facing problem with my bike. Whenever I speed up around 40-60, bike starts to wobble. I feel like I might loose balance, after the speedometer reaches 65 KMPH it moves with no wobbling. I got my bike checked from the mechanic from whom I had got all the servicing done so far. He said there is no problem, but I could feel it. Can anyone tell what could be the problem and how to fix it.
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
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