The "English" language

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The "English" language

Post by packw » Sun Dec 20, 2015 9:32 pm

While investigating frame geometries for a potential future project, I came across this on a D*cati website:

".......loosing stability because these bikes kinda like to be stink bug in the setup"

I suspect that my bikes have never met this clearly critical criterion. Should I be concerned?

Also, on the same website, one contributor claimed that pulling the forks up through the top yoke by 3mm "transformed the handling" of the bike.
What planet are these people from?

Thank God for the comparative sanity of B50.org

Merry Christmas
Bill

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Re: The "English" language

Post by beat » Sun Dec 20, 2015 9:36 pm

packw wrote:".......loosing stability because these bikes kinda like to be stink bug in the setup"
everithing clear, -- isn't it :?: :?: :?: :?:


:laugh :laugh :laugh

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Re: The "English" language

Post by skippy » Sun Dec 20, 2015 10:45 pm

They didn't have any suggestions on how to get rid of the stink bugs, as I need to rid my garden of some. :laugh :laugh
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Re: The "English" language

Post by hwan » Thu Dec 31, 2015 5:30 pm

The interweb is full of such B-S ..... the secret is being able to pick out the fact from the fiction.

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