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What aspect of your majesty would you most like to improve?

Appearance:

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Ease of Customizing Appearance

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I would have to say power, only for take off though!!! If a cage got mad if I lane shared or split traffic, they could actually over take me at take off. I don't lane share hardly at all because of this.
 

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definatley power. power power power.....

need i say more ?

but i agree that's it only really needs more power off the line.
as once underway, it's got great get up and go.

just need a bit more in the 0-40 km/h range.

Sirdash.... any particular reason that you listed braking twice ? lol..... :lol:

jason
 

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Opps ..your right gpsnut2003..Just a mistake on my part there..
 

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I'll add two that aren't on your list: better mirrors (even aftermarket) and more aftermarket parts in general (like hard side bags, seat & windscreen options, and such).

Cheers,

Conan the Slightly Dented
 

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Comfort is on the list twice. And it is my choice. Specifically, wind and noise management. I don't like the windshield at all.

For those who want more power, remember that a more powerful engine is going to suck more fuel, even if you don't use all that power.
 

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Sirdash said:
What aspect of your majesty would you most like to improve?
Well, given mine's only a 125cc, I'd have to go for power. I have the same reservations as a previous poster about lining up with traffic.

Not had the bike long enough to judge everything, but I actually find the comfort of mine to be great. Handling seems good. Mirrors are rubbish though.
 

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My top three picks for first improvements to the Majesty:

1) fix the Stalling.

2) fix the Stalling.

3) fix the Stalling.
 

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First on my list would be lower the seat height or narrow the seat.

Second would be fix the stalling. :roll:
 

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I would like a better take off from 0 to 20 mph and a pop up back rest were the butt stop is .
Rob
 

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Had the problem with the seat- adjusted it, no more problems

Played with the throttle enough and got used to the delay- found a way to get the revs up at takeoff, so now I'm leaving EVERYTHING behind!!

Haven't had a problem with the windshield, although I may add the touring shield in a few months...

Had a problem with cross winds- nothing major, just a bit annoying. After adjusting the seat, haven't had that problem- although I doubt that just adjusting the seat solved the problem. I do plan to order the side deflectors...

Jeff
Converse, TX
 

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Played with the throttle enough and got used to the delay- found a way to get the revs up at takeoff, so now I'm leaving EVERYTHING behind!!

Jeff
Converse, TX
So, do you have the back brake on while giving it throttle? I'm curious. The main reason I don't do to much lane splitting is because I'm worried the car beside me might try to beat me off the line and I wont have anywhere to go! So if I could take off faster it would be much easier to commute in heavier traffic!!

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I just twist the throttle half way, and once that slight delay is over with, I roll all the way on... I pull away from everyone at the light very rapidly. Don't know if this works for everyone out there, but it does for me. I watch the tach too to stay well under redline. Works for me!
 
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