Question about Motorcycles
Bottoms out even on gentle terrain. Rear shocks aired to max. 1999 goldwing SE. Seems to be bumping tailpipes/mufflers. What can I do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IT IS QUICK CONNECT FITTINGS, JUST PRESS DOWN THE PLASTICRING AROUND THE FITTING AND PULL OUT THE HOSE. WHEN YOU REFILL THE AIR DONT USE THE THE PUMP THAT YOU USE TO THE TIRES, USE THE PUMP THAT IS MENT FOR SHOCK FILLING OTHERWISE YOU WILL BLOW THE SHOCK
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Your ultra has rear air shocks. on the right side of the bike in the area of the fender is an air valve to install air. Do not add anymore then 25 lbs. a hand pump is safer an air compressor or gas station can have so much pressure it will blow the seals before you take the nozzel off. You will have to remove your hard bag to see the air input. Looks like a tire air nozzel should have a silver color cap on it.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
SOURCE: TPMS Light
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) gets signals from transponders in the wheels. By modifying the unit from its stock form (removing the stock rear wheel), the TPMS is not receiving a signal and will cause the warning light to illuminate. Unfortunately there is no way to fix this without returning the bike to stock. The light will not cause any damage, but the system will not be able to alert you of low pressure in the front wheel.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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Yes the rear pedal operates the front RH disk as well.
When you bleed the brake do the front RH disk calliper first then the rear calliper.
Check that the pads are not beyond useful life and the not stuck.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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