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I need serious help! 26 Jan 2024 07:36 #894456

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I see that that manual covers the A and D models, so there will be some slight differences from your B. As I understand it, the main differences between the A and B are the wheels, front brakes, seat, tank, handlebars and fenders. In terms of servicing, you obviously have an additional front brake to deal with. It would also be a good idea to confirm the fork oil height, as the A and B may have a different service level.
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I need serious help! 26 Jan 2024 10:52 #894467

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Attn Street Fighter LTD! I just cannot get ever accustomed to, nor will ever, get accustomed to those foreword foot controls! Wrong positioning for a quick plant of ones foot. Believe me i;ve ridden plenty of steeds with this set-up but it's against my nature. Like riding a Trike or a Sidecar mounted, just isn't natural.   

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I need serious help! 27 Jan 2024 06:35 #894487

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Attn Street Fighter LTD! I just cannot get ever accustomed to, nor will ever, get accustomed to those foreword foot controls! Wrong positioning for a quick plant of ones foot. Believe me i;ve ridden plenty of steeds with this set-up but it's against my nature. Like riding a Trike or a Sidecar mounted, just isn't natural.   
Forward foot controls ?????????????Never owned any..
How about rearsets 
I didn't convert over to rearsets for extended riding , I did so for aggressive riding / racing .. Which is what my LTD Turbo excels at...
I ride different style bikes for different kinds of riding .  
For cross country  touring  , like 2000 plus miles from Arizona  to Michigan  footboards are the way to go 
And having  highway pegs up front are a welcome accessory . .Being able to shift   position  while going 3 hours between gas stops  is critical  to  fun vs  cramping 
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