Shiv Review With Lee Zohlman And Nic Sims




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empiretotalwar1: @Technopunkster no its, 80% rider, and 20% bike

Christopher Choi: @Technopunkster not quite, the drag from the bike is 1/3 of the total, the rider is 2/3. But little detail counts when you're a pro, even that 1% advantage in a 1 hour time trial means saving 36 secs. so...

Technopunkster: im mindboggled at all this areodynamic stuff. the rider on the machine is 98% of the equation though

Shadowboost: 2010, in very very limited quantities. Think $10000, maybe more for a full setup (might be 13k depending on what wheels and components) :O
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Shiv Review with Lee Zohlman and Nic Sims 5 out of 5

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Lj Wilson: It doesn't come with headers. It comes with the muffler & tip, a carbon fiber plate for both sides and all the clamps and hardware needed. The factory headers on the Gen 4 flows really well. You won't gain much from replacing them. As far as being too close to the wheel, it really is farther than you think. The exhaust flows outward, so the gases don't make contact with the bike at all outside of the exhaust.
kustomzairbrushing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5okR-GroxhM
Michael Franks: Very interesting to watch after seeing the film.
Eltiodelamaleta12 Diaz: donde se puede comprar esta baraja??
ALFRE D: Wher did You buy dat trail?
Jim C: I guess I'm just old school but I much prefer hammer fired also with a safety. The trigger safety or as he calls it safety shoe is in my opinion worthless, anything that would engage the trigger will also engage the trigger safety. I also frankly don't understand the argument that a safety is just too complicated to remember to disengage, if you're familiar with your gun disengaging the safety is an automatic reflex. If someone can't perform that basic task I would wonder if they are competent to remember to pull the trigger or should be carrying a gun in the first place. I own an LC9, a Nano, a Kahr 40 and a P64, my favorite is probably the P64, but I feel perfectly confident with any of them. I like the fact the P64 has a half rooster, a trigger block and can be quickly used in either single or double action, I have no concern I might somehow forget to disengage the safety in an emergency, it's second nature. I know I digressed a bit but since I own the LC9 I thought I'd toss my two cents worth in on the subject in general.
WarthDader74: I like the red color, it reminds me of tomato soup

Shiv Review with Lee Zohlman and Nic Sims