How was that the wheels fault? How much riding experience did that guy have? My 10 gets the wobbles if I let off the clipons around 50, but only as is decelerates.donville said:I have a friend that had to have his right leg amputated at the hip because of a motorcycle accident riding a new ZX10R.
The front wheel of the motorcycle failed during riding.
He took off from a light, and said the bike just started shaking/wobbling, he veered off the road towards a center divider and the bike landed on him.
The bike was his borrowed, and the owner told him that sometimes it would shake a little with him.
The recall notice came to the bike owner while my friend was recovering in the hospital.
He can drive and automatic car with his left leg, and has to wait for full healing before a prosthetic can be fitted.
If you are in West Palm Beach, see me at Hooters on Tuesday and I'll let you see for yourself.
A recall from 3 failures means that is all they wish to disclose.
A recall is EXTREMELY expensive for a manufacturer, and you can best believe that there is more information to support the recall than what they say to the public.
Incidentally, Congress passed a bill that now allows vehicle manufacturers to withold vehicle failure data from the public (because the manuf says the competition may use it against them)...can you believe it?
Yeah, but I bet your sporting some nice sliders............. :lolchamp91 said:FACT I got my recall notice yesturday.
FACT checked my VIN on the website and confirmed 2 weeks ago.
FACT local dealership has the wheels on Backorder
FACT I'm still ridin