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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by Augie_Dogie, Sep 9, 2008.
Are you playing tonight? We are going to 585 Rockin Burger Bar.
Hi! Yes, I will be with the Coupes tonight! See you there!
I was going to see Start Making Sense at Anthology. But i might check out the Coupes, I haven't seen them in years.
Cool, see you guys tonight!
I'm looking forward to it! We will be at full strength too. 3 piece horn section with the band. You will like it!
Great to see you Ken, the Coupes were great, got the people dancin!
That's a good looking bike. I'm thinking about a newer DCT version.
Does the altitude of 12,000 feet make the bike go faster? There are salt flats in Utah they could have used.
At 12000’ your bike and yourself run like shit.
Thinner air at altitude reduces aerodynamic drag significantly. Also poses problems with getting enough air in engines, but turbo or superchargers can overcome that. Add altitude and warm temps and the air is real thin.
I’ve never had the pleasure of going fast enough for aerodynamic drag to be a factor. The air is thinner I see your point. You could swim in water faster than swim in oil.
Opposite, actually. Oil floats on water, less dense...
I know a little bit about being dense.
Yes but the resistance to move through oil would be greater.
Stir a bucket of water then stir oil.
Oil, Higher viscosity, lower density.
Density altitude is why planes fly so high, saves fuel
I was thinking about you, Sir Density.
Could you swim faster now synthetic oil?
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Nope, it makes my clutch slip.
For god's sake, don't start another swimming thread...