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  • Q. Does the bike feel very heavy in the which makes it difficult for maneuverability - Dominar 400?

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    Chuck
    Chuck | 2 years ago

    Yes I am just 5'8 and going from my Yamaha 125 to Dominar is a big change. No problems on open roads but with typical Philippine traffic in city is a harder to drive in and out like I do on the Yamaha. I still use the YaMAHA 125 YBR FOR my city driving and save the Dominar for weekend motor trips.

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    Viraf
    Viraf | 1 year ago

    Yes the bike is heavy, but once you are on the move, you do not feel the weight.

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    Sandeep
    Sandeep | 1 year ago

    The bike is heavy but once ur riding u don't feel the weight

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