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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 01-25-2017, 08:08 PM
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Yeah, I like my 16 gram sliders, they are perfect for me, they keep me right in the speed and power range I like to be, haulin A$$!
Stick with what you like -- as flat as FL is, would think could use about any weight. I like RPM setting at around 5000 for most of my riding and what was it (7200 at 80MPH). Save the engine and plenty of power.
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measurement question 26x13?

Looking on Amazon they have 26x13 that says in description specifically for Burgman 400. Can someone confirm that is correct?
They also have a 23x18 but the description says for 250cc bike.

Just curious are these numbers the measurements of the sliders themselves in mm Length x width?

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Looking on Amazon they have 26x13 that says in description specifically for Burgman 400. Can someone confirm that is correct?
They also have a 23x18 but the description says for 250cc bike.

Just curious are these numbers the measurements of the sliders themselves in mm Length x width?
Thats correct. 26x13 is default roller size for any Burgman 400 with Stock / Malossi / Polini variator
Only Dr. Pulley variator for K7+ have different roller size - 29x18
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I have 17.7 gram sliders and am very pleased with my highway speeds, almost 1000 rpm's down from the rollers. Bike's now at 70 000 km's and strong as can be..

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Ok, so then, for my large butt (340) seems to me that a 16-19 would be the best. I do a lot of over 45 mph riding, so judging from the posts, the 19 seems to be the favorite. I am going to order them in a few days, and just want to be sure.

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Yes ^^^ Get the 16 for 340 weight. You gotta get that butt moving!

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16 to 17 would be better. Over 18 will be revving in the standard rpm range which will be high. lower weight sliders will improve the rpm's as I said by at least 1000 rpm.

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