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Thread: 02 gsxr 1000

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    883boy
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    gsxr 1000 has a bad vibration from about45 mph and uplike a tire out of balance, put new tireson it, changed out bearing, rims, forks, rear shock, spockets,chain, swingarm, still there any help please!

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    Does it do it when the bike isn't running ?

    Coast it down a big hill . . .

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    883boy
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    yesi have tried it running and coasting

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    Bitchfish
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    Does it feel like it's from front or back? maybe check steering head bearings if from the front.

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    883boy
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    yes checked them too they look and feel fine

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    883boy
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    i think it does come from the front but i dont know whatelse to check or to look for, im going to try putting it on a dyno to make sure its notcoming from the back.

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    IgnitedPerformance
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    Check tire pressure could be over inflated or vice versa

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    Is a rim bent?
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    883boy
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    tire pressure good, rimsarenotbent

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    Do you have a computrack (laser frame sighting/straightening) center near you? Try them to see if your forks are uneven height or twisted in the trees - especially if you lowered the bike. If it's coming from the rear try replacing the sprocket hub bearing.(only because i had that problem)

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