Originally Posted by tonymorr
Without pictures it didn't happen!
LOL! Join me next time! I only tagged the lower fairing on one small log crossing, it was about 6" off the ground and bounced up after the front wheel hit it. Yeah, the engine is great, very flexible, no hit. It won't be the throttle wheelie king, but with lower gears (like stock gearing) and traction it should lift the front end pretty easily. I can clutch it up with a bit of a lift, like rolled speed bumps, in second gear as it is now.
I'm eyeballing how to raise the rear in the stock frame for 7-9" of travel...