mcrides

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About mcrides

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    Quebec
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    sport touring, track days, adventure riding
  1. You can't go wrong by choosing what the manufacturer recommends. But if you want to consider non-silicate coolant, you can check this write-up. It also covers things to keep in mind about possible incompatibilities. http://pages.videotron.com/mcrides/engine_tech/engine_coolant.htm hope that helps, Bruno Montreal, Canada http://pages.videotron.com/mcrides
  2. It often sneaks up on you. One minute you're ok, the next, your brain stops processing for half a second. And off you go. Bruno Montreal, Canada http://pages.videotron.com/mcrides
  3. I find that to be the best approach to have more endurance. Once you overheat, endurance goes down. Especially geared up a lower airpseeds where you're exerting a lot (creating more heat). Bruno Montreal, Canada http://pages.videotron.com/mcrides
  4. It's been on my mind a long time. Just got around to doing it. If anyone has been struggling with the hot temps we've been having, I just put up a little section re dealing with hot weather riding: http://pages.videotron.com/mcrides/hot_weather_riding.htm Cheers! Bruno Montreal, Canada http://pages.videotron.com/mcrides