Author Topic: Alligment problem / bad handling  (Read 2223 times)

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  • Online 3alfa3   hr

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    Online 3alfa3

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    Re: Alligment problem / bad handling
    Reply #10 on: Jul 18, 2022, 06.43 am
    Jul 18, 2022, 06.43 am
    *Originally Posted by Pwl2021 [+]
    finally yes. arrow gp2 but needs do my wheels re-alignment after a chain adjustment. the string method is taking a time. the chain alignment  is not do a good work. When I'm seeing my friend on his suzuki approaching the intersection without hands on handlebars I'm suprised why I cant do the same on z900..

    No need for that if you did check and re-aligned with strings once. You just need to turn both tensioner bolts the same amount by counting how many flats you turned one side and do the same on the opposite side - 6 flats is one full turn, you can use permanent marker on one flat for easier counting.

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    Re: Alligment problem / bad handling
    Reply #11 on: Jul 18, 2022, 04.58 pm
    Jul 18, 2022, 04.58 pm
    Very good advice. I will redo my alignment and try never mess it up again 🙃. Thank you

     



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