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Post by yokesman on Wed Jul 29, 2015 12:38 am

My wife(Yoke) n myself bought a FZ this year , rode it 5000 km around Malaysia. the highlands ,the east coast around the southern route to the families place in Seremban.
WE are now officially retired n look forward to continuing our Asian tour the beginning of next year.
the 2015 red fz has the Givi bag set of three, that works very well. The seat was recontoured by a shop in Rasha to eliminate to slope n widen the seat area,also being tall I removed the rubber pad on the front foot pegs for more length,this also helped greatly in our comfort.
I"m 193 cm n 99.8 kg,my wife 162.5 with no interest of suicide so no weight given.
The bike I find will pull well at almost all times especially if I duck out of the wind ,as being so tall, the wind resistance is greater than almost all inclines we have incountered. But would like to increase the rear sprocket size by 2-3 for better upper end n acceleration 2up.Anyone know where I can get one along with an longer adjustable rear shock having a heavier spring,I have not done the calculation on the required tension as of yet. Bottoming on the road has been the only other problem I have had with the bike,the shifter is just not in the right place for my big feet and next i will be wearing boots.
Look forward to meeting some of you and learning more about this nice little bike.
We are now in the US and brought the shift lever back with us to add an adjustment rod to replace the poor hanger wire that is supplied. I have enjoyed riding this bike more than the two I have here in the US,both being much heavier and having larger thirstier engines,just enjoying 80km/hr n seeing the beautiful countryside of Malaysia.


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