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Old 05-12-2011, 03:48 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by kibitzer View Post
Maxgs post in 3..2..1..
No doubt.
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Originally Posted by kibitzer View Post
Maxgs post in 3..2..1..
it would take (even Maxgs) longer than that to write an explanation of physics to us simple minded folks.
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Old 05-12-2011, 03:50 PM   #43
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HA !!!!!!!!!!!!!! this just made me laugh !!!!!
MAN hold up....i got too much lean in my cup!!!
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For every 1 Lb of rotating mass you take off your car its equal to losing 4 lbs. Not sure if this goes for bikes as well, but i cant see why not lol
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Originally Posted by cdill35 View Post
Quicker acceleration. Maxgs could probably explain rotating mass better than I. And if he can't, then he can find something written by someone else to quote, that explains it.
I just can't imagine on a litre bike that the difference in chain weight/friction is actually noticeable. Seems you'd be money ahead simply taking a fat before each race.
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