02 Suzuki GS 1200 SS discussion forum: RE: VIBRATION
Mike said 2003-12-18 01:46:54
could your vibration be your wheels going out of balance as your tyres wear,I noticed vibes on mine after 3-4000 km which was the tyres wearing out of balance.Try pulling your clutch in at high speed and letting it idle. I think these engines must vibrate a bit but im not to sure.Its my first 4 cylinder Ive owned, best get someone elses opinion on that one. Is your motor mechanicaly noisy and really clunky in the gear box,mine is but ive just put spectro 10/40 mineral in and thats quietened the engine down a bit but not really the gear box ,Aparantly they can settle down in time, will see. Has any one heard or worked out how to fix or doctor the 180 km speedo read out limit ,Anyone with performance improvement tips Id be keen to listen.Ive done a few to mine and they are all worth it,Cheers.
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