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There is no relationship between wheel size and turning circle - the turning radius of the vehicle is defined by the geometry of the front suspension, and the wheelbase and overhangs of the vehicle. For example, the traditional London Taxi is famous for having a very small turning circle, as it is designed to cope with very narrow streets. This is achieved ...


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I presume you live in india , Both of your tire choices are good but they have their own advantages and disadvantages. Michellin Sirac(I personally owned this one): Advantages: An extremely good tyre for performance as they have softer compounds , they have high stability and you can acheive a better top speed like +3 or +4 to your current top speed and a ...


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Well, it is due to improper wheel-alignment or even worse, a damaged frame, which had made the front and rear wheel go out of alignment. Misalignment between front and rear wheel can be caused due to: An Accident: As you mentioned that the motorcycle came with old tires, I assume you are not the first owner of the vehicle. So, the previous owner might have ...


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It's possible the belts inside one of the tires is broken. With brand new tires, likely a manufacturing defect. A broken belt will make the car feel as you describe, and can be mistaken for the tires being out of balance. I've had this happen before. In my case, the tire was old and I hit too many potholes. One of the unique symptoms I remember is the ...



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