It DOES look funny, and its for a reason. They spent a TON of time on weight distribution on this bike. Apparently, it has a SUPER low center of gravity, which really helps tear through corners.929_adam said:maybe the fenders are too high or somthing???
love the exhaust outs tho! nice tips! :LolLolLolLol:
I'm not really sure, but that would be an interesting comparison. I looked up some reviews on the Husky, and while doing so, I found a LOT of forums with people complaing about reliability issues with them. In one particular instance, in the first 700 miles of the bike, it began to leak oil, coolant AND gas... not good. The poor guy has been fighting with them for a long time now trying to get repairs done under warranty. This was not the only occurence, I found a LOT with problems right from the factory. Don't get me wrong, there are far more sites with people saying they love them, but I just thought it should be noted that perhaps quality control isn't the best.929_adam said:a big ol thumper huh??
how do the two bikes compare?
Heh... a hooligan tool... sounds great, right?enormously responsive, unbelievably quick-steering and prone to pulling spectacular wheelies with little or no provocation; in short, a hooligan tool.
Most reviews of the LC4 Enduro are VERY good from I've read. This quote really sums it up:2much said:That's good info thanks miller.... I think any motard could be called a hooligan tool, that is what they're all about innit?
What do you guys know about the LC4? I've got my eyes on this one at the moment if my other plan falls thru... http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=66954907
Rip those ugly arse mirrors off, put a set of alloy wheels on with a set of supercorsas..... should be the go.
BUT... there was a recall issued for several years of production where the front wheel spokes can come loose, and for obvious reasons, cause other problems to occur! The "fix" under the recall, is to go to a manufacturer, and they will put a "clip" on the loose spokes, connecting it to the spoke next to it.... pretty weak... so if you do get one, ya may want to consider swapping out the front wheel, but other than that, they seem pretty solid. :cfrocks:the embodiment of sporty all-rounders: powerful but cultivated, razor-sharp but reliable, and always there for one or two quick curves.
:LolLolLolLol: Yeah but they're bigger and heavier compared to a true motard, plus I don't think they look as good in the flesh as they do in pics.929_adam said:it looks like a plain ol dirtybike...your gonna have to do more than just rims and tires!
cmon! you know you want the superduke! dont sell yourself short!