I used them on my EX500. They worked fairly well up to about 85mph, then it started to get a little jitter in the bars. Maybe adding a little more weight would have fixed it, but it wasn't a big enough problem to worry about.
Been using them for years, altho' I now buy the beads in bulk from Fox Industries. MUCH cheaper!:yeahsmile:
Word of advice - IF you don't have the special DynaBeads valve guts in your valve stems, suggest you ALWAYS give a short burst of air into it before you check pressures. That will dislodge any beads that might be in position to keep your valve from seating (slow leak). By doing this I've never had a problem.
I have a question: a ton of posts have been made on the internet about CO2 vs slime vs compressor. What I have difficult in finding is the answer to the following: how many 16 g CO2 canister would I need to properly inflate a Versys 650 tire after a puncture?
I ask because I have read of people...
I'm 6'1" on a 2019 V650LT. No matter where I adjust the windscreen, I get buffeting around my full-face helmet. Super loud and annoying. I wear earplugs too!
When I stand up on the pegs, I get super clean and quiet air. That's what I want.
What can I do besides removing the windscreen...
New years day ride.On the road by 7am to ride the Coromandel loop as we do on new years day.We go early when there is less traffic.Went up the Thames coast road with very few cars holding us up.Made the top of Kereta hill in record time.I was feeling motion sick from all the twistys,all fast 3rd...
These are the two bikes I am torn between, I know they are different in there makeup v-twin vs parallel twin, versys shorter wheelbase but ground clearance is the same and weight is same. Suzuki engine is probably better but I don't know for sure. Anyone have any input?
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