2S and cornering ???'s. . .
New clutch is in the Phantom. I'm a tub o fun at 215lbs so the clutch is set to hit at about 10K rpm.
I've got basically the best bike money can buy, now I just gotta get it figured out.
With me feet way up on the pegs and cornering I feel the front tire getting loose on me; pushing to the outside. A couple times its tried to bite me, but my inside foot saved the day.
I moved the bars down about 1/2" thinking/hoping this will help to transfer more weight to the front tire. As of now I feel like I'm too far back. Dunno.
Just curious what you all think. It's not fear that's making me back off, it's just a setup issue.
Last, on hairpin corners with the clutch still engaged are you guys really able to turn that sharp/fast to keep the clutch locked up the whole time? I've already gotten this clutch hot enough to smell it/see smoke. I have to think its because I have too little entry speed/engine speed and when coming out of the corner it causes the clutch to slip like crazy and get overheated. Granted, I'm just rodding around in my parking lot which doesn't have a lot of room, so maybe it's just that.