Greg Harding wrote:Hi Everyone,
Interesting, I assume all of you realize that there are purists who only beleive in concourse del elegance and the manufacturer got it perfect in every way!
Greg Harding wrote:Personally, (hypothetically speaking) A 35mm longer swingarm with axle slots 10mm lower mounted to a standard frame improves the overall handling. What about the chain hitting the swingarm pivot you say? Good question, 60 tooth sprocket and 340mm between centres shock absorbers gives enough squat under power. Plus more ground clearance and steering which is both responsive and stable. Yes it does raise the centre of gravity a little but the improvements in the way it puts down power up hill makes it worth it. Always more than a couple of things to consider.
David and Chippy, maybe this will distract your attention away from my heavy duty tie down points?
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