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    FZR/FZS Steering Question

    Hi all, I just upgraded my 2005 RXP to a 2015 FZR last week. Took it out on Sunday and noticed a fairly annoying dead spot/sloppiness in my steering while under power. I can rotate the handlebar tip close to an inch both ways without any pump nozzle movement/reaction. Has anybody noticed this? I know my Seadoo was very sensitive when you twitch or move the steering and I prefer the precision it offered. I did isolate a little bit of movement from the telescopic mechanism and I am currently doing a mod on this to tighten it up. I will look at the pump linkage next. Just wondering if anybody has experience this and looking for ideas on what else to do. Thanks for the help.

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    I have the same ski as you but I'm in the Uk, I've not noticed the problem myself but when I'm next out in the next one to two weeks I will check it and let you know.

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