Originally Posted by Play Harder
WW you must have one big heavy bike 😜 - I do have slotted rotors and performance Brake Pads - at least 10years now - one thing about performance rotors - they do wear much faster......... The new brake controllers are nice - no time delay -
The F150 brake management system I experienced towing home my brand new HyperLight 29hfs home from Ohio to Seattle was very impressive- along with the 6 speed tranny - love new technology
Get out and Play Harder😛
2016 XLR Hyper Lite 29hsf - loaded picked up 3-24-2015😊
2008 Can Am Spyder
Kite Boarding is my Addiction - GOT WIND!
Triumph says the Thunderbird weights 754# but this is without luggage rack, bags and windshield. I would guess that with these, plus at least 3 jackets; 2 helmets; rainsuits, Condor wheel chock, straps, etc. 850# could be a light guess.
Going back, the 9000# GVW loaded for bear minus the weight with mods of 7640# is 1360#.
The 1360# minus the bike and items is 510#.
510# is for everything else. And, more than likely I can't keep it that light. So, the 9000# Gross I predict is probably light as well.
I also just added two audio amps and a subwoofer, 4 more ceiling speakers and an overhead cabinet... reweigh time!
Pulling 9000# with the Ram with its 800 lb/ft of torque is fun and the brakes are amazing. Don't need to do anything to the trucks brakes. The Ram's integrated brake controller is the best I have owned.
I think I have the trailer brakes adjusted better... we will see next time out.