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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by Nemosengineer, Feb 1, 2009.
Trouble with most sidecar rigs is the CoG is so related to the person in the saddle.
Have some snaps of a Valkyrie / Oxford
Work in Progress..... Body is absent (at the Paint Shop).
.............You'll find 'em here:
I've noted that when I do a good lean into the turn, while still remaining in the saddle, I can safely make the turn at 10-20% faster speed. This is a reflection of the fact that I weight more than the engine and transmission of my airhead tug- they weight 85 kilos (197 pounds) combined. In comparison, the Buell/Sportster engine and tranny weight about 107 kilos (235 pounds) combined. It's a testament to Erik Buell and his elve's design genius that they've managed to build a bike as light as the BMW "airhead" while stuck with an HD powertrain weighting over 20 kilos more.