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  1. Looking for some help troubleshooting a vibration/stutter. I searched previous posts, but didn’t find anything similar to what I’m experiencing. 2015 FZ07 with 10,700 miles. Just had Michelin Road 5 tires installed. After installation, I noticed a slight vibration. Here’s my best shot at explaining it: -most noticeable at around 60mph on a fairly smooth highway (I also feel it as low as 30mph) -it’s an on/off stutter that is rhythmic. There are three small stutters (slight, but enough to feel in my hands and see my helmet bounce), then about a second of smooth, then the three small stutters again. Not strong enough to feel like it will send me into a speed wobble on the highway. What I’ve checked/adjusted based off web search results for similar issues: -tire pressure (33 front, 36 rear when cold) -balance (took front wheel back to Cycle Gear, and they said they only made a slight adjustment); have not taken the rear in yet to have checked -rear wheel/chain alignment (adjusted so distance from center of swing arm pivot to center of axle is the same on both sides); Motion Pro alignment tool on order -chain slack adjusted to meet spec in manual I made these adjustments and it seems that the stutter/vibration is slightly less, but still there. I appreciate the help.

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