Ok, ok, maybe 500rwhp!!!
Yep. Gona slice off 1" on each side of the bar. Help improve them thar lane splittings.
http://motorcycleinfo.calsci.com/PrintLaws.htmltopscrt04 said:Does anyone know the legal limits of lane splitting?
Nope, me Warrior. I put the stock bars/risers back on, IMO, the TT fat 1.5" bars I had weren't doing it for me.efini/supra said:Off the arlen?
I have not ridden this year. Every weekend it has been pouring!toysupra1 said:ahhh...lane splitting. one of the few luxuries that exist here in commi-fornia.
brian, after watching and hearing your exhaust video, i have a good feeling you're gonna be pissing off a lot of motorists splitting lanes with your bike! :fart: :naughty:
go easy on the throttle man.
Thanks for the links and for helping to clarify things. I guess safe lane splitting would be when riders go in between cars at a red light to move to the front, but I’m sure it’s a violation if it’s a pack of 5 or more, where you would have violations of lane sharing and also possibly intentionally blocking the cross walk and part of the intersection; I have seen this so many times. Most of the lane splitting I have seen has been at high speed and with guys doing standing wheelies.toysupra1 said:http://motorcycleinfo.calsci.com/PrintLaws.html
right now, lane splitting is only legal in california, thanks to the motorcycle cops who road air-cooled bikes that couldn't last through the stop and go traffic.
but the legality of lane splitting is in the grey area because there is no written law that states its actual limits like speed. from law enforcements and motorcycle trainers i've talked to, they are very hesitant on this issue and always give me a response of "as long as its done in a safe manner".
this shows the california vehicle code of lane splitting, http://www.calhsta.org/library/cacode.html.