Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
I know we've been having some fun with this, but I'm having a little trouble visualizing a two wheeled vehicle pulling to one side. Can you give us a little more info about how this feels? I mean, do you let the bars go to feel it? Is it a perceived feel that if you hold the bars straight, it wants to drift left? If the bike is going straight, is it that the bars/fairing look like they are aimed to the right?
Do you have a jack? Get it off the ground and do a swing test to check for any binding. Maybe a cable got rerouted and has some tension on it?
Are the tires the same as they were before? Any seriously uneven weighting in the saddlebags? Does it occur only on one particular stretch of road?
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