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Plastic Wrap Barrier Causes Motorcycle Crash
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ^ | July 16, 2004 | DARRYL ENRIQUEZ

Posted on 07/19/2004 9:01:53 AM PDT by BluegrassScholar

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To: hunter112

I think it was because they can grow into huge, broadleaf, dard green plants that are difficult to eradicate. It may have been because the sugar company was convenient for the seeds. I do remember that stadium having some really dark green spots where they couldn't remove the plants. They ended up re-turfing. Oops.


51 posted on 07/19/2004 11:46:44 AM PDT by TommyDale ("We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." --Hillary Clinton)
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To: hunter112
Maybe this will give the answer:

SUGAR BEETS

"A mature sugar beet measures up to a foot long, weighs three to five pounds and can produce about five ounces of sugar. Roughly 18 percent of the beet is pure sugar." said Michigan Sugar manager of communications Mitch Reno. These beets, which grow from tiny seed to burly beet in just one growing season, can have tap roots as deep as ten feet in a dry year. Mahar added, although typically they stay in the four-to five-foot range.

"Michigan is a wonderful, reliable place to grow sugar beets," Mahar said, thanks to its overall weather and particularly autumn’s sunny days and cold nights. "When it’s cooling down at night the sugar drops from the foliage into the beet plant. The sugar beet pretty much can handle all problems of nature - drought or damp. In the early part of the century black-root disease and blight were common out west," he said. But Michigan is a fairly disease-resistant state. "The bitter cold of January and February just sanitizes our soil." A more difficult time was in the late 1970s and early 1980s when soft-drink bottlers switched from sugar to high-fructose corn sweetener. "That cut down the sugar consumption in the United States," he said. "[When] all of a sudden somebody comes out with this other kind of sweetener and takes away Coca-Cola, you’ve lost a pretty good-sized customer."

The sugarbeet plant is a root crop which grows underground. When fully grown, a sugarbeet weighs two to five pounds and produces about three teaspoons of sugar. Michigan sugar beet farmers harvested 130,000 acres of crop in 1996, ranking Michigan 5th in the nation in sugar beet production. Michigan's Saginaw Valley and Thumb area, along with the southeast corner of the state, produces more than 90% of the sugar beets grown east of the Mississippi River. The high quality sugar is a result of growers and companies working closely together to ensure that each crop of sugar beets uses the "best management practices", resulting in a healthy product at harvest.

Mention the word sugar, and many people think of what one adds to coffee (white sugar, sucrose). Other types of sugar include confectioners sugar - a combination of table sugar and corn starch - and maple sugar, a sucrose that is contracted from the sap of a maple tree.

Not all sugar beets are processed into sugar, however. Beet pulp is used as cattle feed and dog food. Molasses, a byproduct of processing, is used to make citric acid, vinegar, yeast and antibiotics.

Michigan is a major grower/producer of sugar beets. ("B" is the seed.)

52 posted on 07/19/2004 11:51:41 AM PDT by TommyDale ("We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." --Hillary Clinton)
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To: BluegrassScholar
Damn, wish I'd thought of that one when I was trying to keep the dirt bikers from cutting across my property. A couple of years ago I posted my adventures here as I tried to keep the dirt-for-brains from cutting across my land in the Sierra's (they were damaging trees, fences, and runoff channels, stealing stuff, and otherwise trespassing). Between the concrete "tiger trap" on the driveway, the strategically placed split rail fences, and a little backhoe work to further steepen the grade along the roadway, I've eliminated the problem, but at the cost of four kids injured, one extremely seriously (dumb teenager broke my fence down and then rode into the tiger trap at full speed without seeing it).

I'da paid good money to see one of the twits get de-biked by a little Saran Wrap...to bad I didn't think of it at the time :)
53 posted on 07/19/2004 11:57:28 AM PDT by Arthalion
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To: BluegrassScholar
Sounds like some punks need an a** kicking.

I'd say they need to be charged with attempted manslaughter.
54 posted on 07/19/2004 12:41:57 PM PDT by pt17
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To: Looking4Truth
Here is another example of sorry behavior probably condoned by some of the a**holes on this posting:

Saturday June 17, 2000

Tree-Cutting Prank Takes Life Of Motorcyclist GRANVILLE COUNTY (WRAL) -- Someone is deliberately cutting down tree branches and laying them on roadways across Granville County. The incidents have resulted in three wrecks and the death of one motorcyclist. Pete Hicks was thrown 75 feet when his motorcycle hit a tree that was stretched across Mumms Road 12 a.m. Saturday. Friends describe Hicks as a man who loved his family and his Harleys. "He was a hardworking, everyday type of guy that provided real well for his family, his children," says Hicks' friend David Kennedy. The 18-inch tree trunk was deliberately cut so it fell across the road. Another driver swerved to avoid the tree moments before Hicks slammed into it. Alvin Hobgood called 911 from his house about a quarter of a mile away from the accident. He says he was stunned when he learned the incident was no accident. "You just go around asking yourself why, trying to reason why this would happen and why it was done," Hobgood says. Minutes earlier on Highway 50, a car slammed head-on into a tree in the road. Another tree was cut on Old Weaver Trail in Durham County, but it did not fall across the road. Both trees were cut in the same fashion as the tree in Granville County. Hicks' family and friends find it hard to comprehend why anyone would set a deadly prank. They say they want the suspects caught. "If they think this is fun, maybe someone needs to strap them on a Harley and put a tree across the road and let them go across," Kennedy says. Hicks would have celebrated his 40th birthday on Saturday. Hicks' family and friends have put together a $7,500 reward for anyone that has any information about the crime. Investigators say that since the prank was so premediated and deliberate, a murder charge could be possible.

This guy was my friend..

55 posted on 07/19/2004 12:50:09 PM PDT by blackbag (trust no one)
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To: Redbob

"Let me just guess here:
Harley with open pipes, he regularly takes these 1 AM rides;

Maybe one of his neighbors is not so amused?"

Not being amused by someone's motorcycle does not give anyone the right to harm that motorcyclist. I'm amazed that you are trying to justify this.


56 posted on 07/19/2004 1:22:36 PM PDT by MineralMan (godless atheist)
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To: EUPHORIC

I know what you mean.
I used to live on a canal house on davis island in tampa florida.
We had a christ craft cabin cruiser and it had a 327 chevy engine.
Well the intake manifolds didn't work too well on it and we'd blow an engine every once in a while.
So my brother and I usually had an extra engine in some
point of rebuilding.
Once complete we'd chain it to a couple of pillars on the patio and using an electrical fuel pump we'd use a half Gallon of gas and run it on the back porch without any EXHAUST MANIFOLD.
mAN WAS IT LOUD.
gREAT FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY OR New years.


57 posted on 07/19/2004 1:45:28 PM PDT by Joe Boucher (MA)
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To: Joe Boucher
run it on the back porch without any EXHAUST MANIFOLD.

Are you sure you guys weren't blowing motors because of burnt exhaust valves? :(

58 posted on 07/19/2004 1:56:41 PM PDT by Looking4Truth (NEVER trust Muslims to keep their word.)
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To: blackbag
This guy was my friend..

Man, that's just wrong. Sorry about your friend. Yes, there are some a-holes who get off on screwing with motorcyclists, especially in traffic. All I'll say is that if anyone effs with me or my buds in traffic, they'd better kill us.

In my younger and more stupid days a friend of mine and myself had Honda XL250R dual-purpose bikes while were stationed in MS. We rode those darn things EVERYWHERE!

One day a couple in a car cut us off and ran us off into a field and laughed about it. Big mistake! We brushed ourselves off, fired up the bikes and chased them down. We (here comes the stupid part) kicked the sh!t out of their car travelling down the road at 60+. They could have run us off the road again and really hurt us. That was a case of too much youth, testosterone, beer, stupidity and adrenalin at the same time. I realize were were terribly wrong, but sometimes I still laugh about it.

59 posted on 07/19/2004 2:05:13 PM PDT by Looking4Truth (NEVER trust Muslims to keep their word.)
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To: Redbob

60 posted on 07/19/2004 2:09:15 PM PDT by BraveMan
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To: taxed2death
and throw a 1/4 stick out my upstairs window and have it land in his driveway next to his bedroom window. So every morning his wife and newborn would get a rude awakening.

Either I am naive or just ignorant (possible in this case), but a 1/4 stick of WHAT?

61 posted on 07/19/2004 2:17:10 PM PDT by TheBattman
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To: Arthalion
I'da paid good money to see one of the twits get de-biked by a little Saran Wrap...to bad I didn't think of it at the time :)

You probably would have ended up being charged with aggravated assault or attempted murder.

62 posted on 07/19/2004 2:20:45 PM PDT by Modernman ("I don't care to belong to a club that accepts people like me as members" -Groucho Marx)
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To: Howlin; Ed_NYC; MonroeDNA; widgysoft; Springman; Timesink; dubyaismypresident; Grani; coug97; ...

Just damn.

If you want on the list, FReepmail me. This IS a high-volume PING list...

63 posted on 07/19/2004 2:22:17 PM PDT by mhking (John Kerry & Al Gore: Cut from the same tree.)
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To: Redbob
Harley with open pipes, he regularly takes these 1 AM rides;

Where did the article say "Harley?" I doubt your average 22 year old bartender could afford such a ride.

64 posted on 07/19/2004 2:33:07 PM PDT by al_c
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To: BluegrassScholar

Attempted homicide or murder charges sound good here.


When these a$$holes go to jail send them to a jail with a lot of big old Hell's Angels and let the Hell Angel's whose coming to the party.


65 posted on 07/19/2004 2:55:58 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (Teresa Heinz Kerry: 'I have to say that John Edwards is very beautiful'...)
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To: BluegrassScholar
"What was their intention? This should make people more aware that pranks pricks like that are not as harmless as they seem..."
66 posted on 07/19/2004 3:08:40 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks (Kerry/Edwards--Celebrity Gay Ticket 2004)
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To: Rebelbase

Try 500 pounds of manure next time. That should keep 'em occupied!


67 posted on 07/19/2004 3:12:30 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks (Kerry/Edwards--Celebrity Gay Ticket 2004)
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To: BraveMan

He should have worn a closed face helmet.


68 posted on 07/19/2004 3:21:47 PM PDT by dc27
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To: gitmo
We did the plastic wrap over the toilet bowl trick in college. Just as messy, but not dangerous.

I used to think it was'nt dangerous. Beware the wrath of females.

69 posted on 07/19/2004 3:24:43 PM PDT by Dinsdale
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To: al_c
Where did the article say "Harley?" I doubt your average 22 year old bartender could afford such a ride.

Harley Sportsters are dirt cheap and can be very loud... I have Screaming Eagle pipes on mine and I used to reguarly set off car alarms in Laguna Beach. I don't know what he was riding, but a Harley isn't out of reach for a bartender.

70 posted on 07/19/2004 3:28:22 PM PDT by SandyInSeattle (Monthly Donors NEVER need tons click "co-ordinating")
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To: Modernman
You probably would have ended up being charged with aggravated assault or attempted murder

Or not. When that dumba** kid rode into my tiger pit (a 3 foot deep concrete lined pit designed specifically to catch and forcibly dismount dirtbike riders coming up my road) his dad first tried to have me arrested and then tried to sue. In both cases, he had no case because the traps were set inside not only my property line, but my gated fenceline. That particular kid had actually knocked my brand new $300 gate over and gunned it up my road without knowing that there was an open trap ahead.

Both the police and the judge said the same thing...they were forcibly tresspassing, and the boys injuries directly resulted from that. I could have strung Saran Wrap, concertina, or a flipping piano wire across the road, and it's unlikely that I would have been held any more responsible. These people were destroying my property and had the attitude that they had the "right" to ride across my land because there was BLM land and legal riding roads on the other side. As the sherrif put it, I can put any blocade across my land that I want, and if they're dumb enough to cross my fenclines and run into them, that's their problem. I just can't shoot at them.

Luckily, the alterations that I put in place seem to have worked, and I haven't had a problem in over a year now.
71 posted on 07/19/2004 3:33:23 PM PDT by Arthalion
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To: yankeedame

Plastic wrap- Saran wrap- and the like comes in rolls of 200+ feet at the local grocery store. Some of the Restaurant supply stores sell larger rolls. Even if you take 3 or 4 rolls to run it from one side of the street to the other, it will stick to itself. I have used Saran wrap to wrap unusual shaped items when I have moved. Wrapped dining room chairs to protect the backs and seats. Wrapped the silverware dividers in the kitchen drawers and in my desk drawers. Tape with wide tape. Get to other end, cut with sissors, and put back into desk, etc. No muss, no fuss, and nothing spilled out. Cheap and easy, also.
No matter what, I feel it is attempted murder. Not funny.


72 posted on 07/19/2004 3:35:37 PM PDT by ridesthemiles (ridesthemiles)
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To: SandyInSeattle

Yeah ... I forgot about the Sportster.


73 posted on 07/19/2004 3:36:48 PM PDT by al_c
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To: bondjamesbond; All

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Jeeeze what morons !


74 posted on 07/19/2004 3:40:38 PM PDT by ATOMIC_PUNK (Most people talk a lot, few are up for the moment. Welcome to Freerepublic.com)
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To: al_c

I got mine when I first started riding; good starter "chick" bike. :-)


75 posted on 07/19/2004 3:46:38 PM PDT by SandyInSeattle (Monthly Donors NEVER need tons click "co-ordinating")
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To: MediaMole
1. Harleys are not off road bikes.

These people are driving great big bikes that say "Harley-Davidson" on them, whether the bikes were intended for off-road use or not.

2. You will be caught.

If I were actually planning to do this I certainly would not be posting on an Internet forum with hundreds of thousands of readers. My original post was a way of expressing frustration that these people were bringing big motorcycles into a posted nature preserve and running people off the paths, and the cops can do nothing since it's in an off-road area. But it's seldom that I actually take the law into my own hands.

3. You will be charged with attempted murder.

Goodness, I thought they would just be harmlessly knocked off their bikes by the plastic, not hurt or killed. They aren't going fast. See how ignorant I am about motorcycles. Thank you for the advice.

76 posted on 07/19/2004 3:56:40 PM PDT by Capriole (DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY.)
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To: TheBattman
Either I am naive or just ignorant (possible in this case), but a 1/4 stick of WHAT?

I'm presuming dynamite.

A quarter stick is small enough to be a hell of a big "firecracker" instead of a demolotion device (barely).

77 posted on 07/19/2004 3:56:52 PM PDT by Ichneumon ("...she might as well have been a space alien." - Bill Clinton, on Hillary, "My Life", p. 182)
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To: SandyInSeattle
Did it ever occur to you that some people just might not like having a bike loud enough to set off car alarms in their neighborhood???

If so, you sir, are an ass.

If not you are an idiot.

Either way, I can't help but wonder what lack or, ummm, shortage, you have, to feel such a need to overcompensate...
78 posted on 07/19/2004 3:59:48 PM PDT by null and void (Middle East n. former name for the region commonly known as Oil Under Glass)
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To: null and void

Well, gee. Where do I start?

First off, I'm not a sir, I'm a ma'am. So I don't think any lack or, ummmm, shortage I have is relevant.

Second, the bike came with those pipes. I don't happen to like them, myself.

Third, it wasn't a residential area, it was Pacific Coast Highway through downtown.

So... did I cover everything, or do you have some more insulting comments to make?


79 posted on 07/19/2004 4:07:40 PM PDT by SandyInSeattle (Monthly Donors NEVER need tons click "co-ordinating")
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To: SandyInSeattle

That pretty much covers it.


80 posted on 07/19/2004 4:09:02 PM PDT by null and void (Middle East n. former name for the region commonly known as Oil Under Glass)
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To: Looking4Truth

NO, the intake from under the boat was a lousy design, and they used iron manifolds wiich caused massive corrosion.

Chirs Craft made very poor salt water boats back then.

We didn't run them long, but they sure were fun at a party.


81 posted on 07/19/2004 4:52:43 PM PDT by Joe Boucher (MA)
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To: Chad Fairbanks

For an old fogie, what is the Meatloaf paraphrase?


82 posted on 07/19/2004 5:55:41 PM PDT by gitmo (Thanks, Mel. I needed that.)
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To: al_c
It wasn't a Harley. The local Fox affiliate showed a fleeting view of the bike in it's television coverage. It was some fairing ensconced sport bike. My guess would be a Japanese model. Its difficult to believe anything else could be totaled during a 40MPH get off . . .
83 posted on 07/19/2004 5:56:14 PM PDT by BraveMan
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To: dc27; JoeSixPack1

So it would appear. ;0)


84 posted on 07/19/2004 6:14:52 PM PDT by BraveMan
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To: bondjamesbond

Thanks for the heads-up. I wonder if Ape Hangers would be a good defense against the Neck Wire?


85 posted on 07/19/2004 6:26:55 PM PDT by BraveMan
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To: BraveMan

Looks like he was wearing a helmet. Good for him. Probably saved his life.


86 posted on 07/19/2004 6:31:32 PM PDT by bondjamesbond (Stay well - Stay safe - Stay armed - Yorktown)
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Ape Hangers . . .

87 posted on 07/19/2004 6:32:35 PM PDT by BraveMan
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To: BraveMan

I'd say yes. And as a bonus they'd keep your pits aired out....


88 posted on 07/19/2004 6:34:38 PM PDT by null and void (Middle East n. former name for the region commonly known as Oil Under Glass)
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To: bondjamesbond

I dunno. That nerf mark above his left eye tells me he either wasn't wearing one, or it slid waaaaay up during the accident.


89 posted on 07/19/2004 6:45:49 PM PDT by BraveMan
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To: BraveMan

This entire thread is out of control!!

No comment.


<|:-)~~


90 posted on 07/19/2004 6:50:34 PM PDT by JoeSixPack1 (Freedom Stands Because Heroes Serve.)
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To: JoeSixPack1

Yea. Definitely yea.


91 posted on 07/19/2004 6:55:26 PM PDT by BraveMan
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To: taxed2death

Not only that, put performance pipes with baffles with outperform straight pipes. You need some reversion, even if it's just a set of power cones on the end.


92 posted on 07/19/2004 6:56:35 PM PDT by Melas
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To: Capriole

I don't believe it for a moment. Even without looking, I'll tell you those are dirt bikes, not Harley's.


93 posted on 07/19/2004 6:59:09 PM PDT by Melas
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To: BraveMan

Looks like the helmet did ride up a bit. Note the largely symetrical bruises above the eyes, as if this is where the pads of the open-faced helmet were pushed into the flesh. The strange marks across the cheek is probably from the creases in the plastic where he hit it, but his scalp is largely clear. But the real clue is the bruising on the chin, as the plastic wrap tried to pull the helmet off his head, the chin cup was forced up, leaving a characteristic mark. On the left side of his jawline you can even see the outline of the strap.

94 posted on 07/19/2004 6:59:20 PM PDT by bondjamesbond (Stay well - Stay safe - Stay armed - Yorktown)
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To: TommyDale; Rebelbase
"I reponded with 5 lbs of pinto beans on the main culprit's nicely manicured lawn."

I would have responded with 50 pounds of sugar beet seeds in his nicely manicured lawn.

After a particularly nasty "prank" that cost several hundred dollars to repair, I once responded with writing nasty things in the culprit's lawn with about 10 pounds of well oiled sodium, shortly before it rained.

Thank goodness the statute of limitations expired on that one many years ago.

Mark

95 posted on 07/19/2004 6:59:50 PM PDT by MarkL (A werewolf?? Werewolf?? .... "There.... Wolf!")
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To: MarkL

Actually, that's what we did at the stadium. We poured the seeds in the shape of our school initials. Those poor souls didn't realize it until the following fall.


96 posted on 07/19/2004 7:08:52 PM PDT by TommyDale ("We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." --Hillary Clinton)
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To: MarkL

One other particularly nasty trick is (just before a moderate rainfall) pour a few bags of cement on a lawn in the shape you want. Let the rain do the rest of the work.


97 posted on 07/19/2004 7:10:12 PM PDT by TommyDale ("We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." --Hillary Clinton)
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To: Melas; BraveMan

100% on the money!! (and I found something to talk about!!)

V-twins valve geometry have a minimal % of overlap where both valves are open. Straight pipes and over baffled pipes fail the basic designs by not allowing the exhaust gases room to create a vacuum from that overlap which pulls more air into the chamber thus making a bigger boom in the chamber giving you more HP.

That extended valve opening works with the same principal as an automatic pistol chambering a round works, thru spent gases.

A 2into1 or even a false 2into1 creates that suction.

Me - I have a set of hooker exhaust on stock pipes with adjustable baffles. Left side closed all the way, right side open - false 2into1. Give me that throaty low rumble, except when I nail it and blue flame shoots out, front wheel jumps off the ground and everybody takes pictures while I ride a full dress wheelie through 2nd gear!!!

(gotta rejet and retime, oh did I mention the 110 octane race fuel available at the local Sunoco??)

<|:-)~~


98 posted on 07/19/2004 7:19:05 PM PDT by JoeSixPack1 (Freedom Stands Because Heroes Serve.)
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To: BraveMan

Next time perhaps he'll wear a full-face helmet. Looks like he used to have a pretty good-looking face.


99 posted on 07/19/2004 7:22:46 PM PDT by mvpel (Michael Pelletier)
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To: mvpel

I expect he will again. Doesn't look like he broke anything, nose, jaw, cheek bones, etc., no bad lacerations, any scars he gets will probably just add character to his face.

Sometimes it's GOOD to be a guy...


100 posted on 07/19/2004 7:29:48 PM PDT by null and void (Middle East n. former name for the region commonly known as Oil Under Glass)
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