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Old Dec 17, 2014, 12:57 AM
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lean angel

Hello,
I took off the slide bar mounts to drill them out to 3/16, Im gonna use the alleven bars for now, I noticed lower hole mounts on the upper mounts closest to the servo, If I mount the slide bar in that lower position will I get less lean angel? Dunb question I know I assume it will, just not 100%
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Old Dec 17, 2014, 02:41 AM
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Lean angle depends on bars lenght only. The longer they are, the less you can lean...

Guess what do you get with shorter ones?



The difference between a high or low slider mount is the place where bike's CG is applied to the ground when slider touches the track surface.

A high slider mount will add weight to tyres while a lower one will do the opposite.
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Old Yesterday, 08:19 AM
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And we want the higher weight on tyres to ease/help the bike rise again!
Erling.
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Old Yesterday, 11:32 AM
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Thanks guys, This was a big help.
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