Originally Posted by xlite
Firstly, a hill has a LOT to do with it. Secondly, you have it backwards. Pure physics.
I find this fun. I have stated why my statement is true. Lets hear yours.
Just so you know, I am a ex expert class roadracer in the 600 cc class. I have raced road atlanta, daytona, robeling road, carloina motor sports park and a few more. Each race we changed sprockets for the track and track conditions. I think I know what i'm talking about....or have I been wrong for all these years?
Im all ears!
Also re-read post 11, I spelled it out a bit better, wich may have been why we differ on this but I doubt it.