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Old 02-07-2014, 01:35 PM   #74
Pecha72
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Originally Posted by Wraith Rider View Post
No. The bigger bike needs more force to be controlled. That's all. In everything else it's equal. (If both bikes follow the same concept and are equally well made of course.)
No. If bigger means heavier, then the heavier bike΄s tyres will need to have more grip than a lighter bike, to be able to go around a turn as fast. And if bigger means bigger engine displacement, then forces created by engine rotation are bigger, means the bike won΄t change direction as easily. So, a heavy bike with a very large engine, won΄t go around the bends very quickly regardless of who΄s piloting it.
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