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    Quote Originally Posted by The Magician View Post
    Thanks, Rob. I've seen those, and would have bought those when Jaime first brought them to market, if my bike didn't already have Race Tech valves and proper springs. I don't think the additional damping adjustment is worth the upgrade to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by scubasteve View Post
    I'll go with loose fastener for head bearings or cupped tires (currently getting some wobble on mine and its def the stock tire being worn out and needing to get replaced).
    I won't be too thrilled to replace the tire so soon. I don't think it has more than 4k miles on it, and there is still plenty of tread depth. (Pirelli Angel GT).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokyo Drift View Post
    Thanks, Rob. I've seen those, and would have bought those when Jaime first brought them to market, if my bike didn't already have Race Tech valves and proper springs. I don't think the additional damping adjustment is worth the upgrade to me.



    I won't be too thrilled to replace the tire so soon. I don't think it has more than 4k miles on it, and there is still plenty of tread depth. (Pirelli Angel GT).
    The same tire I've been running on my SV, I've been replacing them because of wobble not because they are worn .
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    well that would suck, I have a set of angel GT's waiting to go on mine
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    bike's front wheel must be in the air
    [video}https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vl5RznButY0[/video]


    another way to check the bearing on the ground is:

    squeeze the front brake, grab the top bearing cap AND touching the frame (SOLID NON MOVING REFERENCE) and rock the bike back and forth with your legs. Any movement in the bearing cap will will either need and adjustment or replacing.
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