The front tire is worn, although still about 30% life in it. The rear has 95% life left. I run them at around 30psi on the street. I'm gonna try to pump the front tire to around 35-36 to see if it makes a difference. If it does, I'll replace the tire.
I have a '95 ZX6R F1. A friend let me have it, but the steering is really really hard into 90 degree corners. I recently changed the fork oil seals becuase it had a small leak but the steering is still very hard. I did notice however that the top tubes on the forks are crimped a little. Is this why the steering is so hard? If not, would anyone know why they are so? It's not a factory setup is it? And how can I fix it? if I change the forks, will it do it? Thanks all.
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