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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old Jul 3rd, 2017, 4:26 pm
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I wonder if Trump owns stock in the company, since he seems to love Russia so much. I think the name is an abbreviation of UR-in-AL.

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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old Sep 27th, 2017, 6:44 pm
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Here is a local scrambler with car. This was done by DMC sidecars in WA
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For anyone considering a sidecar machine, I suggest you try it before U buy it. My GF and I both test drove a Ural at Americade a couple of years back. The 1st year they had FI. And they did forewarn us about the lag in the FI. And the yaw.

One of the scariest, crappiest machines that I've ever tossed my legs over. Handled like poo-poo, the yaw was very distracting, it always felt like the frame was made of rubber, rather than steel. Always steering corrections to make up for the fact that there's a 400 # anchor on a wheel over there on the right. And it was the WORST transmission I ever shifted. Very heavy spring loaded shift lever, and ca-rash, upshift to the next gear. And very difficult to corner in a parking lot. Tons of effort into the handlebars.

If they all handle like this, it brings a new level of "holy poop, Batman!" to the folks that ride these.

I'd have to try a Harley with a side car someday to compare...

All I know is that you couldn't give me a Ural.

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been having the sidecar itch too. I've heard that you need to get the rig set up just right and it won't pull and push on you as bad.
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