Question about 1994 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder
Hi this may help,this si quite a common complaint on shaft drive bikes,what you are actually experiencing is the torque reaction between the drive shaft rotating on a horizontal plane and the crown wheel rotating iin a vertical plane,as you crack the throttle open the back of the bike wants to stand up and off the throttle the back end will squat down,some of the earlier bmws were like riding a pogo stick,they were very bad for it,stiffening up the suspension may help a little,but it will still be there,unfortunatley it is a problem that is common on all shaft drive bikes(my gl1200 and gl1500 goldwings both do it so you are not alone...hope this helps
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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