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Are all yanks like Forest Gump, or just some of you.
All I wondered was, is the new 2007 spec running a 70 or a 65, thats all Forest, go back to your box of choc's.
I was lead to believe that this forum was purely about the 2007 model bike.
 

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Judderbar, are you kinda slow? Your question was already answered. It can run either 65 or 70. The UK model is probably going to ship with a 70 and the US model a 65. How hard is that to understand?
 

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Im not trying to hassle you guys but c'mon, I find it strange the manufacturer would be thinking "You can run either", so your saying they design, test and build a state of the art motorcycle. Taking into account the amount of development work that went to USING a 65 series tyre. (Its not exactly the standard size to go with ) Then throw that out the window and THE same bike has a 65 in one country and a 70 in the other. C'mon the manufacturer recommends that size tyre because his development work has been based around that size.
im well aware you can run a 70, I infact have one presently on the front.
Personally I feel its likely to be a typo, if not It does leave me wondering why?
However I had previously thought I would raise the point and see what people thought. But I was wrong, you guys did not get what I was meaning and Im sure all will be revealed in the future. I look foward to reading the age old debate that I have seen pop up here before time and time again. "Should I run a 65 or 70 as you all seem to have the answers"[:p]
 

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180 or 190 in back? both have pros and cons. its a personal choice. It's like you're asking us what you should eat for lunch.
 
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