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So the new V100 should be in Australia soon.
I don't know of any good tire for wet leaves. Shinko make trials tires where the softness is an advantage, they're a common pick over the Dunlop and Michelin tires for use on slick rocky terrain by riders who don't have an affiliation with or sponsorship from Dunlop or Michelin. Not very relevant to Guzzi riding though.
20 years ago when I first found a Guzzi in boxes, I started the search for resources. Finding that there was a MGNOC, a blog called WildGuzzi and Guzziology. I start reading post and find that these Guzzi Owners like eating, drinking, smoking, riding, fixing, arguing, camping and prefer corn oil in their rear end. I was kinda reluctant to tag along with such a strange group of motorcycle enthusiast. The topic of camping and corn oil kept coming to the top on WildGuzzi. I was invited to the Kentucky Rally camp out. Showing up on the bike in the box, I did not know what to expect. Setting my tent up far from the other campers in hopes that some cigar smoking Guzzista did not stumble to my tent with a bottle of corn oil. It was a slow progression into the Guzzi addiction. Reaching the point that I decide to build my own Guzzi based on what I felt like is the best fit and style for me and the best of Guzzi parts. I filtered 5 Guzzi's through the Man Cave since the first. In the end, it turned out to be a great week end and opportunity to meet many very good people.
Yes.All I want to convey is, Michelin make me feel safe, that doesn’t make them a better tyre.But I’m just too old and set in my ways to entertain a replacement.
Did somebody mention corn oil?Make sure you lubed up, fil your rear end with corn oil and get down to it!Remember, the ride is the best part!
I know better than to comment...butOn a cat shot, your straps will hold the body tightly in the sear.cause you lock the harness.Your head is free to move forward(not locked by any restraint except to the rear...seat back ..you don't quit accelerating, but you lose the extra acceleration that the cat gives and are now accelerating at a SLOWER pace (engine power only), and inertia takes over.:-)?
now accelerating at a SLOWER pace (engine power only)
Never...Acceleration provided by the cat + engine in mil power (T/O) is X fps (or meters to you folks down under).Acceleration decreases when you are disengaged from the cat, and on engine power alone the FPS drops off. So unless you hold your head pushed against the seat back, the change in the rate of acceleration is quite a bit and can cause your head (unrestrained) to move.
..... I was going to do more, but I’m running the risk of sounding like a curmudgeon….
I'm not aware of any instances when Wild Guzzi posters would, like, jump to a conclusion like that! Especially with someone like you!
10/4You have to understand that the movie's standard procedure is to uh..makes things a bit more dramatic.I have quite a few "shots" under my belt.:-)
Now think of the "G" forces when the shot in initiated...a bunch, and most of us liked to keep our head upright which means you resist the rearward "G" provided by the cat thrust pushing you back (including the head). Naturally with the sudden loss of the thrust provided by the cat w/ the pilot trying to keep his head/eyes level will sometimes cause your head to dip a bit.
the pilot is holding forward pressure on his head to mitigate the degree of compression into the headrest and that muscular effort takes over momentarily upon release.Is the jet momentarily slowing in airspeed, or the head is thrust forward by the effort of the pilot ?
. A famous singers mother (reportedly named Mary) gave great advice that can be easily applied to this topic........... Can you fill in the blanks? _ _ _ _ _ _ _.
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