Not to say this has a single sided swingarm, but every bike I've seen that has a single sided swingarm functions the same way (makes tension adjustments a breeze btw) So VFR's, Ducatis, etc etc, no issues for themTo adjust the chain changes the rear wheel height slightly???
Kawasaki used them extensively... my ZR550 has them, as did the original Ninja. They work quite well, but on a track machine it's not a good choice...
I found the 2015 1130R specs and it looks pretty hot. At 158hp, 88 lbs torque and 475 lbs wet weight. I would guess easily double the price of our FZs. Big brother for sure.
That is the issue I was wondering about, even if it's quick to adjust, the tire height change makes me wonder.My quad (can-am ds450) is the same way, the whole axle adjusts for chain tension.
But depending on where the axle is changes the characteristics of the bike since it's changing wheel base and ride height