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    G meter yes (and I'm excited about that)
    Also, does it record vertical loading? Like say when you on your roof? Or a big G-out? Both would be interesting to see. Especially if you could time it to the video.
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    I believe it’s X, Y only, no vertical aspect that I’m aware of.
    Agreed on the “interesting to see” comment.

    Gotta make a call about the AiM dash (it’s telling me my last update is out of date) so I’ll query about vertical loading.
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    "Reviewing the data, see this spike here? That's where your spine compressed and you became a half inch shorter. "
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    Hows the Chinese virus effecting you guys, in Oz people just dont seem to get the 1.5m distance thing. Everybody cleaning out the supermarkets and jobs being lost faster then ever before.

    Stay safe and enjoy the shed time if you can get it.
    Ride it like you Stole IT!!!
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    They’re issuing stay in place orders in more and more states and cities.
    Toilet paper is still in high demand.
    People are being pretty good about the social distancing.

    I rode 161 km yesterday. Was a needed stress reliever.
    click on link —-> https://www.relive.cc/view/vDqgJ5Yw9V6

    Waiting on front springs and the supercharger so I can get some testing seat time in the Mini-Raptor.
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    that's a great APP nice peaceful ride by the looks.

    Is that tracked from your phone or a camera on the bike?
    Ride it like you Stole IT!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDoc View Post
    that's a great APP nice peaceful ride by the looks.

    Is that tracked from your phone or a camera on the bike?
    I was impressed with the app when shown. There's a monthly or yearly fee but I think it's worth while. I've been making tracks of areas that I'm wanting to take a couple friends on and such - been finding new stuff so this helps me find it a second time.

    I'm also using onX Hunt (think I should have downloaded onX Offroad - dunno... the trails it shows are impressive).
    It tracks and is more of a tracking GPS program. It still allows me to put pix and such at waypoints. It also will let me save the route as a KML or GPX file so someone else can upload and then follow the same trail.

    I run both when I go out - they use my phone's GPS. No cell signal needed.
    onX lets you download a fully detailed map area so you always have quality information. Some of the programs I've used need cell service and you end up tracking through a blank screen.
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    Front springs (pair of 400# 12" per shock - gives me a 200# rate) installed.
    Rear end aligned

    Got in another run. This time I played with the fun pedal a bit



    I'm having an issue with cooling - there must be something in the line. It worked just fine the other day, now it appears to have some sort of blockage (probably another paper towel, knowing my history) and isn't getting the hot water to the radiator. I can see/feel/tell when the thermostat opens up so I know that's not the issue. Arrrggg. I hate dealing with fluids.
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    Needs boost, that will solve all problems right?
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