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post #1 of 36 Old 07-09-2014, 06:19 AM Thread Starter
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Street 750 Engine Vibration

Is anyone else feeling some engine vibration with the 750 when exceeding 60 mph? The vibration is felt in the feet and knees (at the tank). I didn't feel it when driving the 500, but it is definitely there with the 750. Anyone else experiencing it too?
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is it really noticeable or do you just feel it a bit.



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Normal. V-twins vibrate. It is a Harley. Buy vibration dampening pegs it helps some. My feet would be numb after riding at high speeds and a long time. I will post what brand I purchased this weekend.
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Normal. V-twins vibrate. It is a Harley. Buy vibration dampening pegs it helps some. My feet would be numb after riding at high speeds and a long time. I will post what brand I purchased this weekend.
great, looking forward to seeing that.



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Would it be possible to stop the vibration from happening as much by adjusting or replacing the suspension?
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Not sure if yuo can stop the vibration unless you stop the engine. Maybe some bar end weights will help...

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I cant believe this , after finally rubber mounting like the rest of the world Harley go back to hard mounting ? this just does not make any sense , its just crazy ? its a huge fault .
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im pretty sure the street is not hard mounted...
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I haven't seen a Vtwin that didn't vibrate, rigid or rubber mounted. If you want no vibration, buy a bike with a different engine configuration. In line fours are pretty smooth.
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So could this possibly be a problem that we can't do nothing about or is there some way to get rid of the vibration?



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