MOTORCYCLE WHEEL BALANCING WEIGHTS : BALANCING WEIGHTS
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Motorcycle Wheel Balancing Weights
- A procedure that ensures that the weight of the wheel is distributed evenly to improve performance and cut tire wear. Static balancing distributes the weight of the wheel evenly around the axle or Spindle and is done with the wheels off the vehicle.
- The method of reducing the hammer blow caused by the action of the pistons driving the cranks as the crank approaches bottom dead centre. Driving wheels had weights fitted into their rims to act as a counter balance. (PRC)
- A two-wheeled vehicle that is powered by a motor and has no pedals
- motorbike: ride a motorcycle
- MotorCycle is the title of a 1993 album by rock band Daniel Amos, released on BAI Records. The album was dedicated to the memory of songwriter Mark Heard.
- burden: weight down with a load
- A body's relative mass or the quantity of matter contained by it, giving rise to a downward force; the heaviness of a person or thing
- The force exerted on the mass of a body by a gravitational field
- The quality of being heavy
- (weight) slant: present with a bias; "He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders"
- (weight) the vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity
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2010 Ferrari California
2010 Ferrari California
The California is the newest Ferrari model to come out of the Pininfarina design studio, and will be the first ever front V8-engined chariot to wear the highly desired Prancing Horse badge. It revives a name from the brand's past, adorning the rump of the 250GT built between 1957 and 1959. Some of us may remember a replica of one such model getting destroyed on the big screen in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
"The Ferrari California is aimed at owners who desire a car which embodies everything the Prancing Horse represents in terms of sporty design and innovation, but also seek a car with greater versatility than ever," the automaker said in a press release.
Let's get the oily bits out of the way first: Power will come from a 4.3-liter direct-injected V8, wailing out 454 horsepower at 7,600rpm. It will endow the car with a top speed of 193mph, Ferrari claims. Acceleration to the 62 mph benchmark is expected to take less than 4.0 seconds. Like in the company's 612 Scaglietti four-seater Grand Touring car, the engine sits entirely behind the front axle for a more balanced weight distribution.
Another first will include a new, seven-speed dual-clutch transmission mating to the engine, with shifts expected to take just as little time as with the automaker's earlier F1-derived automated manual transmissions, but adding smoothness to the process as well.
Reigning in the momentum generated by the above-mentioned partners in crime will be standard carbon ceramic brakes at all corners, which would also keep the forged alloy wheels clean of brake dust.
While the chassis and mechanicals are related to Maserati's Gran Turismo and the Alfa Romeo 8C, the California will be the only one of the triplets to feature a folding hardtop exclusively. The GT will sport a pair of cramped back seats and while small and 'only' sporting a V8, should be priced slightly below the exotic carmaker's four-seat 612 Scaglietti, which lists at about $270,000. Ferrari could ask anywhere from $200,000 to $250,000 for the car and get away with it, based on the public's reaction to its looks alone. The four-seat Maserati GranTurismo S, with less power and a lot less panache, lists for around $140,000.
Interestingly enough, the new Ferrari model actually started out life as a Maserati. The new model was developed under the codename M139 -- M for Maserati -- and was intended to complete Maserati's current lineup -- giving the Italian Marque the Quattroporte sports sedan, the GranTurismo coupe and a hardtop convertible. But after Ferrari's 2005 split from Maserati, Ferrari decided to keep the M139 program entirely for itself. As a result, the California rides on the GranTurismo platform.
their wheels relaxed in snow motion
We always seem to have a lot of laughter and tears this time of year . . . with the stress of holiday preparations, the build-up, the event, the let-down . . . and now, cabin fever!
Last night, before going to bed, I took this shot outside by our new patio. For some reason, these wheelbarrows have taken up winter residency. We're beginning to enjoy our new yard sculpture!
“Laughter and tears are meant to turn the wheels of the same machinery of sensibility;
one is wind-power,
and the other water-power;
that is all.”
~ Oliver Wendell Holmes ~
We had both wind power and water power turned snow power . . . ah, the joys of winter!
“Just as your car runs more smoothly
and requires less energy to go faster and farther
when the wheels are in perfect alignment,
you perform better when your thoughts, feelings,
emotions, goals, and values are in balance.”
~ Brian Tracy ~
Wonder if we will need a Spring alignment!
HAPPY WINTER EVERYONE!
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