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Naw, the wife knows about it.
How much for the gear lightening? I have 4~5 sets of gears just like those that need to go on a diet.
Besides changing engine performance, how much does crank-lightening affect required steering/transition effort? Is that a major reason for why people have their crank's lightened, or is it not really a consideration? Thanks.
On most inline fours it`s not a large part of the reasoning. I had it done once on an inline four and all I noticed was the increased acceleration. I have heard that you better have a rain bike without a lightened crank though as it affects wet weather traction!!
The same is not true at club racing. Horsepower and acceleration typically arent the deciding factor.....a riders talent and experience makes the difference.
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