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Newbie to the site and first post. I have searched for any info for a CT on a VS800 and couldn't find much. Any recommendations for tire size? Thanks in advance. Looking forward to be riding on the Darkside...
Matt Let's See if your Bike its so slow Like some people are saying around here... Next week Saturday Night!!! if I receive the throttle body back on time From LFP I'll have my girl drive the car and I'll ride my bike So I can race both Joel's car
I now have over 3200 miles on the CT and have had no problems with it. It still takes a little extra push to get the bike to lean over, but then most (80%) of my riding is straight interstate riding so it doesn't bother me any. The bumps on the interstate
Suzuki VS 800 Intruder KEY FEATURES: • Slim, narrow 45 degree V-twin 805cc, 8-valve engine with Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers produces strong low and mid-range torque • 45 degree phase, dual-pin crankshaft reduces vibration. • Responsive,
I wasn't sure where to post this so I also posted this in the Suzuki riders area. I now have over 3200 miles on the CT and have had no problems with it. It still takes a little extra push to get the bike to lean over, but then most (80%) of my riding