Mine doesn't vibrate too much at all. I had a triumph bonneville that used to buzz more than vibrate and my hands would practically go numb. The Enfield doesn't do this at all.
Quote from: deejay on January 16, 2008, 12:51:07 pmMine doesn't vibrate too much at all. I had a triumph bonneville that used to buzz more than vibrate and my hands would practically go numb. The Enfield doesn't do this at all.I'll second that.My Trump beats me up bad. No trips over 100 miles in one day.I adjust the idle to get max bounce of the front wheel at idle just cuz it looks good but once your moving there is almost no vibration at all. On the one long trip I took on my Bullet after 12 hours of riding the only thing that hurt was my butt. My CTS infested hands felt great as did my back. Not at all what I expected but I was pleased with the outcome.CJ
I think that had more to do with the pills you'd taken!
In contrast to Foggy I found (find) that the four cylinders are the worst. I think it has more to do with the frequency of the vibes. Four cylinders make my hands go numb from tingling. The Bandit I own is pretty bad vibe-wise, but it don't 'alf go some. No such problems with the RE.
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