Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: South Central PA
Its a suspension balance issue. There is always going to be some wonder at steady throttle on a 1200+ pound scooter, but you can minimize it.
Add power in the turn and see if that fixes it. If it does, just soften up the rear shocks a some. That takes load off of the front suspension.
If you want it more or less gone, then you'll need to upgrade the suspension front and rear. But be aware, the cushy ride will be gone too.
I run a 300lb/inch shock on the rear of my TRX with Progressive cartridges in the front setup with an extra packer in the spring. It will let me drag board with ease. But I can also count change just by driving over it. Point is, you need to decide what you want ride waise, then order the correct parts. And unless you are a suspension engineer, that means talking with someone who is.
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