You changed the rules and threw in the word "EFFECTIVE", which wasn't part of your original question. Care to explain?How this all works:
Any single track vehicle, motorcycle or bicycle is subject to the laws of physics.
A Harley, a busa, and a sportsbike traveling at 50mph in a 200 foot radius turn MUST ALL have an EFFECTIVE lean angle of exactly 39.95 degrees.
The laws of physics applies the same to all motorcycles no matter size, make or model.
There is no theory involved here Charlie. Motorcycles and cornering is always based on effective lean angle. Lean angle is measured the same way no matter if it's a bicycle or a fat tired busa and the physics never change.If the contact points were the same I'd agree with you Tuff, but they vary the rear of the fatty quite a bit. You answer only applies in theory with the axis of the bike not changing.
Now hold on here Tuff said be the 1st to to ANSWER & you get a prize. You never stated one had to answer correctly or other wise. So being that Diver did so he may be correct about that prize now what that prize may be is another thing.DiverMan, your answer is not exactly correct. Does this mean I get to keep the brake reservoir along with the new clip-ons
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