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Old 02-14-2011, 01:46 PM   #61
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what if you swang that hoe down and drag the pucks across the pavement then swang on over to the other side and drag, just in your one lane, THEN check the temps? see its all about rider skill, cant warm their tires up this way but real g's can set them bishes on fire.
You don't swang a hoe anywhere. You smack them in a direction until the intended destination is reached.

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what about the bishes?
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Old 02-14-2011, 01:50 PM   #64
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what about the bishes?
Bishes are just hoes that ain't yo hoes.


Ice T just punched Coco in the mouth because you screwed that one up.
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Ice T just punched Coco in the mouth because you screwed that one up.
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It's going to take more than 10-15 hard zig-zags to put any kind of significant heat in your tire that would make any kind of difference in traction.

Sure it might scrub the off it but the first time you lean over said is going to come off anyway.

Muscle memory? Really? When was the last time you did anything just a few times and had effective muscle memory?

C'mon.

You do it because you want to. Not because it cleans your tires, puts heat into them or to get yer self ready for the insane street ride you're doing.
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Old 02-14-2011, 02:42 PM   #69
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Just jealous because you can't wheelie yet.
I don't want to wheelie. If I did I'd have to do like 44 ziggy zaggies to get the heat back into my tires.
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I don't want to wheelie. If I did I'd have to do like 44 ziggy zaggies to get the heat back into my tires.
you don't have a busa, you shouldn't need to warm the back tire in order to whoolie.
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I don't want to wheelie. If I did I'd have to do like 44 ziggy zaggies to get the heat back into my tires.
I don't zig zag. I stare menacingly at my tires until they burn with shame.
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i just lol'd a bit
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i just lol'd a bit
Did you pee a little too?
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maybe so....lol
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"Here are some conclusions. Tire warmers will produce the highest pre-race tire temperatures. During the tire comparison test consisting of 8-10 laps at 100 percent speed, we sometimes did not record temperatures higher then straight off the warmers. So the best way to warm tires is to use tire warmers.

The second-best way to warm tires is to take a hot lap. As powerful as the sun proved to be, a good hot lap produced more heat than time in the strong sun, and it's quicker, too.

The third-best way to warm tires is to leave the tires in strong, direct sunlight. Just don't forget to get both sides.

But weaving, no matter how aggressive your lean angle and your speed or how long the distance covered, does not build any additional heat in a tire! "
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haha, since when did chuck norris join MH?
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I do it just before some twisties just to make sure theres nothing on the tires.
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"Here are some conclusions. Tire warmers will produce the highest pre-race tire temperatures. During the tire comparison test consisting of 8-10 laps at 100 percent speed, we sometimes did not record temperatures higher then straight off the warmers. So the best way to warm tires is to use tire warmers.

The second-best way to warm tires is to take a hot lap. As powerful as the sun proved to be, a good hot lap produced more heat than time in the strong sun, and it's quicker, too.

The third-best way to warm tires is to leave the tires in strong, direct sunlight. Just don't forget to get both sides.

But weaving, no matter how aggressive your lean angle and your speed or how long the distance covered, does not build any additional heat in a tire! "
You neglected to mention burn outs and stoppies
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