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Old 07-10-2012, 01:29 PM   #11
crofrog
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Craneguy View Post
I found THIS PAGE that seems to discuss traction.

Others can decide if it "more or less" accurate

That's very simplified but somewhat accurate.

IMHO it doesn't matter what the "change" should be/could be. It matters what it IS. The only way to get a feel for what it actually is, is to ride until you find the limits of traction. Which unlike what many people think isn't nearly as bad as it sounds as long as you approach it gradually.

or like I said above, lock the rear in a straight line on a bunch of different roads and start getting a feel for that traction.
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