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Old 07-08-2014, 05:09 PM   #1
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When I changed my stickers I got this extra HP !!!

I started up my bike this morning after I put on a new Akropovic sticker and this is what came out of my exhaust - - - -


As I pulled out of my sub-division I had to get a pic of this. Never saw sun rays like this before.
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Neh... nothing to do with your sticker.

That's a rare cloud formation called nitrous pyrocumulus. Ultra violet radiation from the hot summer sun breaks down airborne pollutants nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen oxide (NO2) into nitrous oxide (NOS). Fast rotation from afternoon thunderstorm concentrates the gas density, then a flash of lightening ignites the nitrous oxide, and... BOOM!

That smell in the air typically following a thunderstorm... yap, Nitrous Pyrocumulus exhaust residue.
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Neh... nothing to do with your sticker.

That's a rare cloud formation called nitrous pyrocumulus. Ultra violet radiation from the hot summer sun breaks down airborne pollutants nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen oxide (NO2) into nitrous oxide (NOS). Fast rotation from afternoon thunderstorm concentrates the gas density, then a flash of lightening ignites the nitrous oxide, and... BOOM!

That smell in the air typically following a thunderstorm... yap, Nitrous Pyrocumulus exhaust residue.

Um.... Yeah.... What he said
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So -
The guy that sold me the stickers lied?????
But I thought I could actually feel the difference. It felt like the CG of the bike changed and everything. Even the tires seemed to hook up better....
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Neh... nothing to do with your sticker.

That's a rare cloud formation called nitrous pyrocumulus. Ultra violet radiation from the hot summer sun breaks down airborne pollutants nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen oxide (NO2) into nitrous oxide (NOS). Fast rotation from afternoon thunderstorm concentrates the gas density, then a flash of lightening ignites the nitrous oxide, and... BOOM!

That smell in the air typically following a thunderstorm... yap, Nitrous Pyrocumulus exhaust residue.
No it's not. It's a choo choo train disguised as a cloud.

Otherwise known as a "Stealth Cloudtrain".
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Nice pic!
Hey - let's try to keep this moto-related, ok?
Please rephrase to say "Nice pic of your reverse bi-axial flame arrestor apearantly not doing it's job."
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Then that Angel must have eaten Taco Bell last night ! ! ! !
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So -
The guy that sold me the stickers lied?????
But I thought I could actually feel the difference. It felt like the CG of the bike changed and everything. Even the tires seemed to hook up better....
'Fraid so.

Side effect of inhaling nitrous pyrocumulous exhaust fumes is hypersensitivity to sense of motion. 1g feels like 3g's, and 30mph feels like 90mph.

Next time, take a long whiff of it... then get in your Geo Metro... it will feel like a Lamborghini Aventador.
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