At 360 miles mine is still bedding in. Front is great!
this.. i did what we did in the MSF course but with my Grom so i could familiarize myself with how it would react just in case.. always a good idea to practice and know what it will do.. so far i haven't had a problem with the back brakes..It takes a bit of pressure but u can lock up the rear.
Do a 5-7 controlled stops from ~30mph with just the rear to bed in the pads. Empty back parking lots are great for this.
It'll bite much better afterwards.
I think the US spec forks are stiffer than the MSX bikes, at 170lbs my front with dip quickly but gets very stuff after its loadedAlso the front forks get softer and springer which is bad. They definitely need thicker oil, a stiffer spring or a spacer.
Someone on another thread mentioned a recall on this in the UK, but I wasn't sure if they were serious. I really wish they had a compression and rebound adjustment.I think the US spec forks are stiffer than the MSX bikes, at 170lbs my front with dip quickly but gets very stuff after its loaded