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ive become friendly with my h2
the hardest part was throttle control
but its all good now
it used to control me now i control it
 

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Yup...takes some 'getting used to'...but it was love at first ride for me.I mentioned this before...but if some of you are having a bit of 'problem' with the freer throttle deal...get a plastic washer at any hardware store...insert it between the bar end and the throttle grip.May have to readjust the grip outward just a smidgen.It'll allow some friction against the grip.Just enough to soften that opening and closing action.No more 'jerking around' ;)You do not change the throttle grip free play at all.


Correction:you 'should' close up the OPEN freeplay somewhat....well,I did anyway.
 

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I imagine that there is a learning curve. I bet it feels weird to go back to a more reasonably powered bike after getting used to the H2 as well. Glad to hear you and you rnew bike are making friends and you are showing it who is boss.
 

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took me about 1200km to feel good about letting it go on a corner
the twitchy throttle was bugging me but ive ironed it out
still not a good bike for putting around town though i do
it just needs to be fast all the time to make it all good
 

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took me about 1200km to feel good about letting it go on a corner
the twitchy throttle was bugging me but ive ironed it out
still not a good bike for putting around town though i do
it just needs to be fast all the time to make it all good
The putting around town thing is true for all liters imo they just wanna go!
 

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putting around town is difficult at 40 kph
 
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