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Vibration at 5500 RPM

Bike had done only 2500 Km and There is a vibration at 5500 RPM range

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    harout Apr 21, 2014

    my bike 2013 and done 700km and i have same isue

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Is this when you are riding? If so check tire balance. If not, make sure your motor mounts are good and tightened to the correct torque

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