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Started by JohnnoNinja, April 03, 2018, 07:02:47 pm
Quote from: MultiCOOLFRESH on April 03, 2018, 11:09:57 pmBut I also have the problem of a very akward feeling of the bike. Just after one lap the front is not controlable, bcs. the tyres are way too hot. But hey, maybe I just missed something you figured out MCF
Quote from: JohnnoNinja on April 03, 2018, 07:02:47 pmManu, I don't know if you are going to have another look at the Kawasaki H2R, but I have a problem with the front end of the bike. It is really easy to tuck the front. If you're going to have another look at the bike, could you give it a bit more margin?
Quote from: connorhall70 on April 04, 2018, 07:44:49 pm play with the tyre psi, and play with spring rate for suspension on both rear and front, also if its spazzing out just chnage the rebound and bump according to the track, simple bro simple tings, i havent even tried it myself but yerrrrrr.
Quote from: Wimp #97 on April 05, 2018, 10:19:56 amQuote from: JohnnoNinja on April 03, 2018, 07:02:47 pmManu, I don't know if you are going to have another look at the Kawasaki H2R, but I have a problem with the front end of the bike. It is really easy to tuck the front. If you're going to have another look at the bike, could you give it a bit more margin?Try turning off wheelie control if possible, this can sometimes cause the bike to tuck the front end when opening the throttle.
Quote from: JohnnoNinja on April 06, 2018, 07:34:06 amThnx for the help so far guys! I've tried a lot of different things yesterday e.g. springs, dampers, bike height, tire pressures, wet or dry tire, rider riding styles and anti wheelie and TC off. In short I've a bit better feeling with the bike, but I think that's meanly due to the laps I've put in. In general I'm able to ride 2 laps (at Assen, could be any track I guess) before I lose the front again. I think that there is not a magic setting which cures my problem with the H2R. Most of the time I fall is when I transfer from braking to gently applying throttle under big lean situations (keeping speed through a corner). The first one or two laps I don't have a problem with that, so I think it's also happens because the front tire gets really warm... I've no problems at all with the rear although the bike has over 300 hp, it's always the front giving me a hard time. Therefore I still think the bike could use an improvement It could be me though... If someone else has a totally different experience, I would love to know, also which setup is used then
Quote from: Hawk on April 06, 2018, 08:05:11 amWhat temperature is your front tyre when this issue starts happening?And I guess this issue doesn't happen until your front tyre gets very warm?
Quote from: BOBR6 84 on April 06, 2018, 11:17:12 amDepends on the corner but try heading for the apex on the brakes.. release, turn, and fire it out of the corner.. dont spend too long cranked over when your on/off the throttle.. its a big bike.. make the corners as short as possible and the straights as long as possible. My 2 cents..