Re: Speedo Error?
well, based on the smart equation I've just learned from "speedohealer" (a speedometer correction box similar to the yellow box sold by calsportbikes), assuming a 5% stock error (which may or may not be accurate) and a partially worn tire (halfway between new and toast), you're looking at about a 13% error. It's the same as going up 3 (or is it 2?) teeth in the rear.
I once heard that because of a timing aspect in the engine, it was unwise to go down on the front, better to go up on the rear. Is this true? Does it also apply to the 954?