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New to the Scooter thing, previous bikes being -
Moto Guzzi Nevada 750, Yamaha XT 660, Yamaha TDM 900, Yamaha BT 1100 Bulldog
and a Harley 883 Sportster. Now to the Burgman 400.
So far I think it's very good, I am not great bike rider and this auto thing takes a bit of getting use to,
on a quick get away I am there ready to hit 2nd gear and coasting into corners seams very vague.
My only fault is pulling away from a standstill I seem to get a bit of a clutch judder but I just love the look of the thing.
2010 model in silver, Suzuki top box, Givi screen, 556 miles on the clock, 16.5 miles per litre, what more do you want?
Best wishes from the Cotswolds.
 

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Welcome to BUSA from the Heart of America-Kansas City! JC
 

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A big Manchester welcome to the best forum on the web. :thumbup:
 

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Hello and welcome from Newcastle. You will never want to ride another geared bike and wonder why you did not do this years ago. You will probably find the judder is dust in the cvt and a good blow out and clean should solve it but at only 556 miles, has it had it's first service yet? :thumbup:
 

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Welcome webb99...
re: clutch judder....
if the previous rider tended to 'baby-it' on take-off,
there could be a bit of glazing on the clutch shoes.
On take-off, give it a good bit of throttle to get the
clutch to engage quickly, & you could get the glazing
to scrub off, & eliminate the judder.
 
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