try one with different tyres
Originally Posted by PeterW
Yup, save your pennies buy a DL. It has the TL1000 power plant, not the DL, so it has more get up and go but shorter engine life.
I rode one on a demo ride - unimpressed (handling was poor compared with a DL 1000, even more so compared with the DL 650).
They are much happier with new rubber. The standard Metzeler rubber didn't really seem to work with the bike set-up.
Scott has replaced his tyres, and I think it is great fun. A bit more flickable than a Strom
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