The engine is not the issue in the technical stuff, its the weight of the damn thing
. Like the man said, to tame the engine just lug the engine a bit.
Having said that the main solution to all your ills in the rough stuff is to do just the opposite, keep focused on where you`re going a long way out, keep her spinning up and point her in the right direction. She will take care of the rest
Originally Posted by geometrician
You aren't going to be adding any weight to the 9x0 Lc8's flywheel/rotor w/o lots of work. And you're not adding anything to the crankshaft itself unless you're in the crankshaft business
2-strokes have a different arrangement that allow you to add a balanced disc to the outside of the ignition/charging flywheel. LC8's don't share this arrangement at all...
Perhaps a G2 throttle cam w/changeable profiles will help with throttle control.
If the bike is too peaky for your liking then go UP (not down) a tooth on the front sprocket- going down allows the engine to rev up faster while adding a tooth does the opposite.
Just put her in 3rd gear & lug it to keep from breaking the rear tire loose