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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-11-2009, 08:57 AM Thread Starter
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We are planning a very nice Hot Springs Arkansas event. If you are not familiar with this area, it is blessed with some of the most fantastic Spydering roads in the nation. I've been driving these back roads for 18 years, they are sooooooo perfect. Beautiful views, sweeping curves, and little or no traffic.

I've held events for many years, people from TX, MS,LA OK, and MO regularly attend.... So just because you are not in AR... don't hesitate to join in on the fun!
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-14-2009, 12:55 PM
 
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Steering Question

Spyderman, I'm a potential buyer of a 2010 Spyder. I currently own a 2008 Yamaha Venture with a Voyager Trike kit attached. Could you please compare the steering energy required to turn a Spyder to perhaps what I
have? On a scale of 1 to 10, and 1 being the easiest (least energy required)
to steer.
I would rate my 2005 Yamaha Road Star (2 wheeler) as a "2" and the Venture with the trike kit at about a "7 or 8". This makes for a tiresome ride after several hundred miles on curvy roads. My wife and I are in our 60's and I don't have the upper body strength I used to have.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
P.S. We live next door in Mississippi.
Thanks,
Gerald Ishee
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-05-2009, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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Spyderman, I'm a potential buyer of a 2010 Spyder. I currently own a 2008 Yamaha Venture with a Voyager Trike kit attached. Could you please compare the steering energy required to turn a Spyder to perhaps what I
have? On a scale of 1 to 10, and 1 being the easiest (least energy required)
to steer.
I would rate my 2005 Yamaha Road Star (2 wheeler) as a "2" and the Venture with the trike kit at about a "7 or 8". This makes for a tiresome ride after several hundred miles on curvy roads. My wife and I are in our 60's and I don't have the upper body strength I used to have.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
P.S. We live next door in Mississippi.
Thanks,
Gerald Ishee
I had a Goldwing Trike, it had additional rake, so it was a 6/7. I would say the Spyder is a "3", it's electric powered assisted steering is pretty darn nice, it is designed to give you the feedback needed to "Know" you are steering, so it does have slightly more effort than a two wheeler. You will feel much more secure on the Spyder than any triked out cruiser. I'd recommend taking the time for a test drive.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-15-2010, 09:21 AM
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hi. see this fantastic bike m buying..

Yamaha XJ6 Diversion is an all-round sport bike. It is an aggressive and bold member of the XJ series. It is an ABS version of base XJ6 diversion. It has got stunning, attractive, aggressive and dynamic looks. The bike offers thrilling and dynamic performance by using helmets
.
Its elegant and bold styling makes it a rocking bike to go for.


Its features are as explained below:

Features:
Engine and transmission:
Displacement: 600cc
Engine type: In-line four, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC
Power: 57.0 [email protected] 10,000 RPM
Torque: 59.7 nm @ 8,500 RPM
Compression ratio: 12.2:1
Bore x stroke: 65.5 x 44.5 mm
Ignition: TCI
Lubrication system: Wet sump
Gearbox: 6-speed
Final drive: Chain
Clutch: Wet, multiple-disc

Dimensions:
Height: 1,210 mm
Length: 2,120 mm
Height: 1,210 mm
Seat height: 785 mm
Ground clearance: 140 mm
Wheelbase: 1,440 mm

Brakes and wheels:
Frame type: Advanced diamond shaped
Front suspension: Telescopic fork
Rear suspension: Swingarm
Tires:
Front: 120/70-ZR17
Rear: 160/60-ZR17
Brakes:
Front: Double disc. ABS
Rear: Single disc. ABS

Physical capacities:
Gross weight: 216 kg
Fuel capacity: 17.30 L
Oil capacity: 3.40 L
Color options: Red, white, black

Like other XJ series members it has got the heart of in-line four, liquid-cooled 600 cc four-stroke DOHC engine that generates the maximum

power of 57.0 [email protected] 10,000 RPM and torque of 59.7 nm @ 8,500 RPM. Six-speed transmission gearbox ensures a smooth ride.

XJ6 diversion delivers a great deal of joy and fun in riding. It offers excellent riding comfort and provides a good experience with

saddlebags. It has got lightweight cast wheels which helps in improving the performance. An advanced ABS offers awesome braking power. XJ6 diversion is simply a great piece of art from the engineers of Yamaha.
Buy this bike for yourself and experience the adventure!
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