Vibrations is one thing, bars shaking back and forth making the bike wobble is another.yes they will... it happend on my buddys fzr... his stock barends were steel and he bought the cheap fake carbon fiber ones and it made his vibrate bad..we done the bb thing and fixed it..
No steering stabilizer? I'd bet that would be why. How does the bike feel at those speeds with your hands on?
Cannot get any truer then this. I'm thankful for my HESD every day I hit the highway or various roads in Florida. It has saved me too many times to count.Steering damper is like an airbag. You don't think you need one.
But, when the time comes, you'll be thankfull you DO have one.
I don't know the physics behind the tire wear and why the bars would shake. But I've only had the one instance and I believe the new tire fixed the prob. The bike felt a lot better with the new tread.this same **** just started happening to me on my 07rr.. I think i agree with the tire thing as mine is getting bald. dont know how this could cause the shke though
Why does everyone seem to think that a steering stabilizer is necessary in order to not have shaking in the handlebars? How come by stock '04 can ride smooth and straight at 60 mph without one?
Even if you put a steering stabilizer on and it gets rid of the shaking, the problem that was causing it in the first place will still be there. The safest solution is definitely to fix whatever is causing the wobble.