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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-20-2011, 08:50 AM
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We posted here because we were asked to as newcomers to Kawiforums. We will start a thread in the main forum as you suggest.

For interest, low time bikers have used the Leanometer to improve their riding. With the display of both True Lean and Frame Lean it's easy and safe to see how you're riding and to learn to move your body down into turns (less frame lean for the same cornering speed).
I am sure most of the riders here are much more experienced or experts and perhaps for those riders the Leanometer won't tell you something you don't already know.

If you are an expert and are looking to improve (for example) cornering speed on a track, The Leanometer will give you a direct comparison if you change something (rider position, suspension, tire pressure, tires, etc). True Lean shows you how fast you're going through the corners (period). If you get a bigger True Lean number for the same corner (regardless of whether you're scraping bike or body parts in the corner) you're going faster!

I hope the info's useful.

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Thanks for posting and good luck with your product. The more I think about it, the more I like it.

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post #22 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-24-2011, 07:18 PM
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So does it log data or does it just display? Might be a decent, cheap DAQ if you want to look at the lean angle, braking, and acceleration you are getting. Thinking it would help people see that they are improving body position

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