Don't think you could spin the tires -that's just a guess- you don't have a clutch and the CVT I think would slip a little to much..has repeatedly read about the quick starts but no one has suggested any caution needed to avoid spinning the tire or wheelies. Are they possible on the flat and dry pavement?
Short answer: no caution is needed to avoid either. Just twist and go.GEOBOISE said:Curious Pre-newbie (no problem, I can wait till April ) has repeatedly read about the quick starts but no one has suggested any caution needed to avoid spinning the tire or wheelies.
You talking about me?? :twisted:Brian said:--cut-- Some not-so-conservative riders have got fewer than 5,000 miles if I recall.
90% (a rough estimate) of my riding is on highways. I keep it around 60 - 65MPH indicated most of the time.Mickey Hakel said:Brian,
9,000 miles, thats good. What tire pressure do you keep? Type of riding and typical road surface.
Actually, I'm not "over-inflating," although it does look that way.Mickey Hakel said:Do you feel that by over inflating from mfg specs 33/36 is giving you better mileage?
No typo. I do run 36F/40R (warm-tire pressure), just as I said.allwalk said:Pssst Brian!.....You had a typo in your earlier post where you indicated that you inflate the front to 36 lbs. I think this may be what Mike is refering to. I myself run 33F/40R