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I have a 2003 Gl1800 trike, at low speed such as going around a very sharp corner in low gear the bike tends to be jerky when throttle is applied, is there any fix for this problem?:? Thanks, bob Cooper
 

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This may be related to the differential used. Do you know if the conversion uses a limited-slip differential?

In any case, it'd be adviseable to research with the conversion company - A limited slip or 'posi' style differential will tend to transfer rotational effort from the faster (outside) wheel to the slower (inside) wheel in a turn. Typically, the behaviors of the diffs are fairly mild and "grabbing" as you describe is a sign of wear, or decreased lubricant performance.
 
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