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2015 Griso

GTM®

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Staff member
GT di Razza Pura
Joined
Jul 1, 2009
Messages
12,961
Location
Malibu
Every year I'm impressed on how much more refined they get. Ready for some more torture John? Fueling and suspension will need addressed.
 

Birch

Tuned and Synch'ed
Joined
Jul 26, 2013
Messages
52
Location
Chicago
Any clue if they are going to put ABS on a Griso? You know, so I can tell my wife its a way safer bike than my G1100 :)
 

Robert Sides

Just got it firing!
Joined
Feb 26, 2015
Messages
7
Location
Kernersville NC
I got one and they look even better with all of the nanny stickers removed. As Todd said, they come out with crappy fueling and a rear shock spring designed for a 120 pound horse jockey(I'm 210). I should have noticed the preload adjusters being all of the way down when I picked it up. It's still an awesome bike, and will be more so when I get Todd's magic ECU/PCV setup. It just chaps my ass somewhat to buy a new bike and then have to spend quite a bit more money to make it work the way it should, anyway! I guess someone has to keep the economy going!
 

Simo

Just got it firing!
Joined
Jul 21, 2013
Messages
24
Location
London
I got one and they look even better with all of the nanny stickers removed. As Todd said, they come out with crappy fueling and a rear shock spring designed for a 120 pound horse jockey(I'm 210). I should have noticed the preload adjusters being all of the way down when I picked it up. It's still an awesome bike, and will be more so when I get Todd's magic ECU/PCV setup. It just chaps my ass somewhat to buy a new bike and then have to spend quite a bit more money to make it work the way it should, anyway! I guess someone has to keep the economy going!

What did you remove the stickers with?
 

motoman

Just got it firing!
Joined
Mar 10, 2012
Messages
6
Location
Lake Oswego, OR
The Griso really should come with a Solo seat. That would really make a difference. I don't feel like giving Corbin $500 bucks.
 
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