"I know exactly what you're talking about with regards to the weight diff. between front and rear on scales...I have observed about the same weight distribution patterns across all brands + or - a percent or two. "
648 pds full of fuel? Minus 8 gallons of fuel at 6pds per gallon makes 600 pds minus 3 quarts of oil another 4, 1.5 gallons of water makes what 10 pds. leaving a grand total of 586 pds . About 30pds lighter than a T-Cat full of gas.
Two-Up- were you sleeping when you posted that?? You are saying that a T-Cat full of fuel weighs 616lbs?? Not on this planet!
Everyone is forgetting that what Yamaha said was "within 5% of an SRX with reverse".
A while back I saw a list of wet weights in a magazine and I was surprised how close all the machines were despite the supposed differences in dry weight. If I remember correctly the SRX was around 630 wet. I could be wrong because that was while ago but if thats the case than 648 isn't that bad.
</span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (Mighty RX-1 @ Aug. 22, 2002, 1:17pm)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">maluchm, that's cool, how were you able to put a picture of yourself on your replies
PS What's with the green hair
I don't want to take this the wrong way but are you pulling
this down to a personal level? If so, I hope that you can do
better then that!
That's been my icon for a long time now. Sorry if you don't
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