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Old 05-12-2013, 10:31 AM   #100
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Originally Posted by brents347 View Post
If the KTM manual for these bikes still has a suspension baseline for 'Soft', 'standard' and 'sport' settings, go to the 'sport' settings and I would bet money the wobble goes away regardless of tire.
You would have lost your money to me then. First thing I tried was setting preload and the "sport" settings. It still wobbled just as bad as on the standard suspension settings. I'm going from Phoenix to LA in a few minutes and will set it back to standard settings to see how it does. I will report back tonight. Then tomorrow I will go play in the deserts of Southern California and get the suspension even more dialed in.


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2013 KTM 690 Duke w/ performance cam, airbox, and Akrapovic full system. 300lbs and 74.5rwhp

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