Many people ask themselves, What are the ideal tire pressures for a standard 500 Bullet? The answer will vary from one person to another, but for a solo rider, a 24/30 tire pressure should be fine. Bullets are much heavier than other bikes, and less air means more contact area with the road and more heat. In addition, underinflated tyres can cause over-steering and under-steering.
AVL 350 wobbled on uneven road surface
When we first test drove the AVL 350, we noted that it wobbled on an uneven road surface. The bike exhibited a wobble-like effect when riding one-handed, but was otherwise stable. The main culprit for the wobble was a mildly out-of-round tire and/or a bent wheel. Other causes of wobbling included transmission issues and drive line problems. A quick and easy fix for the wobble was to change the tires or install a Road Force Balancer.
AVL 350 had wobbled effect on uneven road surface
When AVL 350 started to wobble on uneven roads, it was not only due to a flat tire, but also due to a shaky suspension. The wobbled effect was not only felt by drivers, but was also a distraction for other road users. It was also embarrassing for the owner, who was frustrated with the wobbling of the vehicle. The driver had to correct the problem by increasing the shock absorbent amount.
AVL 350 wobbled on road surface
When riding the AVL 350 one handed, I had the same wobbling effect as the classic. But, when riding on an uneven surface, it was very stable. The bike made a lot of engine noise, but it had a good front brake and a smooth ride. It had many improvements in fit and finish. The AVL 350 still has the same wobbling effect as the classic, but with performance improvements and a top speed of 160 kmph.