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OK, after watching this, I've decided that I know NOTHING about riding a motorcycle.


 

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As enjoyable as the riding was to watch, the included instrumentation was impressive, too. A tachometer and gear indicator would have been nice additions, but who's complaining?
 

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Insane fast for sure. Someone posted this on the Hayabusa forum I am on and I had never seen this particular perspective/view before. Thought I would shard...


 

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I could do that on my LT, only not as fast , and not as well. Oh hell, no I couldn't, wouldn't even try!!! That is awesome.
 

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XMagnaRider said:
As enjoyable as the riding was to watch, the included instrumentation was impressive, too. A tachometer and gear indicator would have been nice additions, but who's complaining?
Very nice.

What is the second gauge from the left, on the bottom - the one with the red dot bouncing around? It seems like it reflects the forces on the rider - the ball bounces left when he takes a right-hand curve, for example.
 

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hschisler said:
Very nice.

What is the second gauge from the left, on the bottom - the one with the red dot bouncing around? It seems like it reflects the forces on the rider - the ball bounces left when he takes a right-hand curve, for example.
Looks to be a CG (Center of Gravity) indicator. Reflects the effects of acceleration, braking and side-load forces on the bike.
 

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Thank you, Dave.
 
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