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Sidecar Setup and "Tuning"
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Posted 7/29/2016 1:17 PM (#90122)
Subject: Sidecar Setup and "Tuning"

I've been tinkering with the setup of the sidecar. I ended up moving the sidecar back about an inch. While steering effort is still tough, it seems like it's improved about 25%. is that logical? should I continue to try moving it back further until I find the "sweet spot"?
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Posted 7/29/2016 4:04 PM (#90127 - in reply to #90122)
Subject: Re: Sidecar Setup and "Tuning"

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Tuning is as much an art as it is a science. Tinker away as long as you keep the rig safe to ride. And don't forget to try the easier adjustments too, like tire pressure and shock pre-loading.
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