Author Topic: Carberry vibration reduction plate  (Read 945 times)

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Reply #15 on: August 01, 2020, 08:54:38 am
I've tested it, can't say anything negative about it. Worked as advertised, however the effect was rather small and if I wanted an totally smooth engine I would have bought one with an counterbalancer in the first place. Therefore I removed it from my bike.

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Reply #16 on: August 02, 2020, 09:40:20 am
I've had one on for a couple of years - 2010 G5 with Hitchcocks 535 conversion. My bike was never a shaker, but there was a really unpleasant vibration up my spine when I straightened my back while riding. With the Carberry plate fitted this no longer happens. It was worth fitting for this alone.
I wouldn't say there's much difference otherwise, but as I said, my bike never had a vibration problem, apart from the spine thing when I was trying to be more disciplined about my tendency to slouch.
2010 Royal Enfield 535 Electra (G5) DeLuxe  -  fully Hitchcocked
2008 Moto Guzzi V7 Classic