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    Front of gp1300r goes submarine at low speed when letting off throttle.

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    Ringgold, GA
    Normal, especially with a full tank.

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    Jul 2010
    Williamsburg, VA
    Agree 100%, they have a tendency to nose dive after throttle let off.

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    Oct 2012
    Lake Of The Ozarks
    Do not worry, it will not go under or sink ! If you are sitting in the middle or rear of the seat when you let off the throttle (dump it), sort of speak, it really never happens much. Like replaster, stated normally only happens when you have near full tank. I never have the luxury of riding with a full tank ... I either do not have the time or $$ to fill 16 gals in the ski. I seem to find myself riding with anywhere from 4 to 10 gals @ best on any given ride. Good Luck

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