LEAN ANGLE for Claviger

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  1. 1olbull

    1olbullRiding Motor Since 1951

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    Well, Rob, I have found your next new toy!!!!!
    The Leanometer!

    Ya all are thinking this is a joke, right?
    Tis not a joke and serious as a heart attack.

    Leanometer - Concept


    Do not miss this demo . . .
     
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  2. Paul Bryant

    Paul BryantTop Fuel

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    Nah Steve, just lean it until something scraps, or you start sliding due to something scraping, that's when you give it full throttle and slide outa the corner .... easy :D
     
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  3. BillyIndiana

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    Not sure that would give me confidence.

    "gee I really have the bike over let me look at the lean o meter while I am in the middle of this turn."
     
  4. Claviger

    ClavigerHP Junkie extraordinaire

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    There would always be the temptation to beat the last lean angle, opps.
    I have all on keeping below the speed limit with this baby.

    "Me likey" the idea but know the outcome
     
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    WyldCFHDrop a gear and disappear

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    I use an app called CornerSpeed. It uses your phones sensors to display speed and angle
     
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    Just watching I pooped myself a couple of times :notworthy: :D
     
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    ClavigerHP Junkie extraordinaire

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    So the road I was playing yesterday, couple bikers got arrested and bikes impounded on today.

    Nope, done on that road, not getting Mufasa impounded thanks.
     
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    On Navy ships we used a Clinometer
     
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    1olbullRiding Motor Since 1951

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    Nay Nay, Brutay.
    While you are in the turn measurements are recorded but the screen does not display.
    After the turnis complete the screen displays the data.

    It should be noted that the lean angles recorded are the static type, through the frame, and will be a little larger than the actual dynamic lean, depending on rider position.
     
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