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Re: Annoying Problem with '87 5KCSTQ -Reply
Derek Daily wrote:
> Extremely amateur diagnosis to follow.
> Is it reasonable for the LEFT side components to be more responsible
> for such throbbing during a RH turn?
> The CV is +rpm on the left, -rpm on the right during a RH
> turn...correct? I would think more *pressure* (for lack of a more
> sophisticated answer) would be applied to the inverse side of the
> vehicle during turns.
Correct, my mistake, that was a typo. All the components that have
been replaced are on the left, drivers side.
I've got a lot of good sugestions, brake cover, axel cover,
bushings/bearing, etc, so I'll spend this weekend crawling around under
This list is great!
Paul Luevano | AMA #418487 | '97 CBR 1100XX (Streetbike)
firstname.lastname@example.org | CCS #898 | '94 CBR 600F2 (Racebike)
Waltham, MA USA | NMA #116657 | '87 5KCSTQ (Winter)
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