Just the right size to sit on, just the right size to fit in my Tundra truck.how did you like it? any overview of your initial thoughts?
I feel as if there should be a weight limit for two up on the grom. Those two guys must of compressed the hell out of forks and dampers.Just the right size to sit on, just the right size to fit in my Tundra truck.
All around fit and finish is a 10 or maybe a 20.
They had a couple of goof ball guys in the 200 lbs range who two up sat on the Grom, I think the Grom frame was at it's max capacity
I feel as if there should be a weight limit for two up on the grom. Those two guys must of compressed the hell out of forks and dampers.
So for those who want to two up with your wife or gf you might want to think twice.
Awesome Cisco Thanks for the tip. I would certainly like to do the upgraded suspension on the Grom and have all the supports for it to run smoothly two up. Just depends what the wife says when I take her fro a ride.My feeling is if you are going to go two up upgrade the front springs, upgrade the rear shocks and check the max load that the Grom is rated for. If you really want to go two up and you did all the engine mods of going up 150cc to 200cc than I would get one of those neat after market swing arms that I seen on the net for the Grom.:motorcycle4_smilie:
Depending on which area your from you might end up seeing a lot of them.I can't wait to see this thing on the street!