30th Jul 2010, 18:43
Ya, I am 6'1" and the bike is still a bit tall.. I can put both feet flat, but still it could be just a inch shorter.. LOL.
10th Aug 2010, 23:21
I have a 91 GSX1100G, it's the most awesome ride, and it'll be the bike that I keep. I do have one problem though; in heavy rain, the bike is coughing and spluttering from water ingress somewhere. Does anyone have a remedy for this?
4th Nov 2010, 19:54
Mine is great. The most power of anything I've ridden. A little scary sometimes, since it has bucked me off a few times. It's great in the rain. My other bike has a gas cap leak. Lets water in and sinks to the bottom of the gas tank. Put a gas tank cover over the gas cap to keep water out. Changed the oil on my Ninja 1000R yesterday, and now I love the G even more with spin on filter and accessible drain plug. No exhaust to remove, fairing to take off in pieces. Etc. It's a rush every time I'm on the gas! Great sturdy tank!
14th Feb 2013, 16:56
I know you posted that a few years ago, but do you still have that Corbin seat? (I might be interested.) email@example.com 7192488293
8th May 2015, 08:07
I noticed late last night that the plug wires have rubber rectangular covers that don't seem to make a water tight fit. Maybe a little silicone? I am hoping to find somewhere a owners manual and maintenance/repair book, or someone directing me to a known source? Thanks.
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P.S. Today I got a chance to ride just before dark. Stopped for a bite to eat and say hello to some buds. Made it back to my street, but wanted to do a little more road riding. It started to rain, so I just headed up drive for the garage. I must say it's a long bike and you need extra room to turn and back up with a bit of huffing, LOL.
24th Oct 2020, 01:38
I have a 1993 GSX 1100 G and I'm under 5.8". I would like to take you up on your offer of your spare Corbin seat if you still have it. If you still have it and want to sell, you can text me at 513-616-3022, or even a part number so I'd be sure to get correct seat. Thanks.