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Old 02-05-2013, 08:06 AM   #2902
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Originally Posted by Cortez View Post
The "idiots" are actually more likely to blame ABS for crashing, not
blame it for not helping them not to crash.

(And I'm sure 20 people who never had ABS on a bike will jump on this..)
Either way, they will file a suit and the manufacturer will have to spend more money to defend themselves than the ABS makes in profits.

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