My 2010 C5 military (900 miles now) had a serious vibration in the footpegs starting at 50 mph. The dealer identified a loose engine mounting bolt, and it's much better now, but the left foot still buzzes as soon as I hit 55. Any suggestions?Also - the owner's manual says the tire inflation should be 18 front, 28 rear. Is this for real? I've never ridden a tire that low.
To give credit where credit is due I have learned almost all of this from Scooter Bob and am parroting his advice from our conversations and experiments.
How does the 19 inch wheel kit change this conversation? Same tire pressure?
My C5 frame tag says 24psi front and 32psi rearmy C5 manual says 18psi front and 20psi rear.
Kevin, 1000 % scooterbob. Of course that little bird in my ear was infact our resident Guru. And I am very happy that you mentioned him. My not mentioning him was only out of a deep respect for his humility, believe it or not He spent countless Days with me on this, nights, weekends etc. And I do believe he enjoyed every minute of it. Almost as much as I did. Aways constructive, positive and open minded. I have never met anyone who loves what he does as much as he does. Countless Pm's and emails. At times I thought, Man, let me give him a break .Then Bang, at 10 pm on a sunday night, while I was in the garage, I'd get Pm from him,asking about this or that. The man is always thinking about Bikes. Now I don't mean to get him in trouble, and get everone thinking, that's the kind of service everyone is gonna get. But I think you can agree, my problem was not the run of the mill type. To use his word's, "the tip of my tongue has been turning blue". An unbelievable Guy and someone I consider a friend. Dan