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Old 05-17-2014, 12:14 AM   #21
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Geeze - this is way off - - - For some reason I though he wanted a tire that could flatten more beer cans in one passing than the stock tire. Suddenly everyone is talking HP and friction.
He wants better balance and traction. So - - - - if you hit and entire six pack with one of these tires - obviously you are still going to have a lot of tire left on the road and you won't slip on all that messy beer.

So - using physics (MH type Physics) it's clear that wider tires are better because you don't "slip" (absence of traction) and "fall down" (absence of balance) on squashed beer cans. It's not a question of what's better. It's a question of how to strap a sixer of beer to your bike so it doesn't fall off and get run under by a narrow tire.

Get the tire kid. Park next to an R1 any time. Just tell him you won't fall down as easy as he will if your out crushing Bud. He'll be the one with the case of 阴茎羡慕 after that.
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Old 05-17-2014, 12:46 AM   #22
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Geeze - this is way off - - - For some reason I though he wanted a tire that could flatten more beer cans in one passing than the stock tire. Suddenly everyone is talking HP and friction.
He wants better balance and traction. So - - - - if you hit and entire six pack with one of these tires - obviously you are still going to have a lot of tire left on the road and you won't slip on all that messy beer.

So - using physics (MH type Physics) it's clear that wider tires are better because you don't "slip" (absence of traction) and "fall down" (absence of balance) on squashed beer cans. It's not a question of what's better. It's a question of how to strap a sixer of beer to your bike so it doesn't fall off and get run under by a narrow tire.

Get the tire kid. Park next to an R1 any time. Just tell him you won't fall down as easy as he will if your out crushing Bud. He'll be the one with the case of 阴茎羡慕 after that.
Thanks for the answer but i'm not a kid and i never said that i want another tire.
Riding a 250 just got me thinking how could it be with a wider one..
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Old 05-17-2014, 01:03 AM   #23
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Old dood Shuanpe-
It was a troll post. Just having fun, ya know, spilled six pack 'n all..........

I figure that Japanese Bike Manufactures have thousands of engineers that study all the variables of riding bikes all day long. And I'm sure there's literally millions of man hours that went into studying and testing the out of the tires. I used to work in a facility like that. I'm sure they picked the right tire for the way the bike is instructed to be ridden. But I change junk on my bikes all the time. Tires are cheap. Buy a different one and find out how it feels to you. Some people like them, some don't.

I was just being goofy.
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