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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-16-2019, 08:34 AM Thread Starter
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HI GUYS,
I've ordered BMW G310R, but the thing is,
I saw in many reviews that 310r has a lot of vibrations in high speeds like above 100kmph.

SO IS THERE ANY WAY TO REDUCE THOSE VIBRATIONS???

help ASAP is appreciated.
thank you
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HI GUYS,
I've ordered BMW G310R, but the thing is,
I saw in many reviews that 310r has a lot of vibrations in high speeds like above 100kmph.

SO IS THERE ANY WAY TO REDUCE THOSE VIBRATIONS???

help ASAP is appreciated.
thank you

Hi Ashok, relax, take a deep breath, there's no need to use big exclamation marks in your headings or to shout, or to use ASAP all the time. There's plenty of information on the forum regarding vibrations. You'll find that vibrations typically occur at a specific rpm range, there are things you can do to minimize these vibrations, or move them to a different rpm range, e.g. fit different end weights or fill your handlebars with sand. Sometimes vibrations can occur from loose cables behind the headlight.
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-17-2019, 12:17 AM
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No idea what you're talking about. I'm doing better then 65mph every time I get on the G310R.

I wouldn't do it for hours on end, but that's not this bikes mission. It just wouldn't be comfortable like a bike meant for long periods at highway speeds.
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