boppinbob wrote:Since Philistine admitted to being a professional snake, I'll admit to being a machinist for a huge oil corporation and my specialty is making high tech tools for sucking every last drop of fossil fuel from mother earth. How do you like me now bitch.
I only encountered one police officer on motorbike but he was coming towards me
so didn't see I was, eh, transporting a motor on my luggage carrier
liveforphysics wrote:I don't exceed 190mph on every ride, maybe every 5th ride, because most days 170-ish is satisfying enough. I avoid riding in the rain because rain hurts a lot at high speeds, even through riding gear, and I run dry condition slicks on the street.
Jozzer wrote:liveforphysics wrote:The only path to ensure failure in the EV battery industry is to pick a chemistry and stick with it.
Better yet - pick a chemistry, stick with it - then refuse to sell your product to 80% of enquirers because you are scared they will build bad packs and start fires - then build some bad packs yourselves and start your own fires!
dickselectrictoys wrote: yur talking my same interest." first of all...the bearings/front & rear, have to be heavy duty/heat bearing/not let available for bicycles that can handle 20 to 35 mph. very unsafe in that respect, (as they will explode after long runs, so immagine what will happen if ur the rider." second of all, at 15 mph its very hard to stop....try 25,..i did-just to see...u do not stop, just slide forward, destroying the tires, generally goofing the brakes up & balancing.
texaspyro wrote:I have developed a new lithium iron chemistry that gets over 10,000 cycles at 75 degrees C, 1000 Wh/kg. It's LiFePO4-UT (unicorn tears). Will be released just as soon as the genetic engineering is complete. Plus unicorn meat is delicious and the horns are a superb aphrodisiac!
maybe one of the experts assigned to monitor me will offer more correct advice.
voicecoils wrote:In the future of electric racing scrutineering, they'll eye your bike suspiciously and just hand you a roll of kapton tape...
Philistine wrote:Regular readers of this forum may be shocked to learn that in addition to this forum, my other main interest (forum wise), are those dedicated to libertine sexual practices. It occured to me after reading the OP, that if the administrators of ES could just allow "stealth bomber" and "glory hole" to be perfectly interchangable words in the forum, all my forums could be amalgamated into one, and still be pretty much meaningful.
Drunkskunk wrote:Kingfish wrote:"It is by will alone I set my mind in motion. It is by the juice of Sapho that thoughts acquire speed, the lips acquire stains, stains become a warning. It is by will alone I set my mind in motion."
- Piter de Vries
It is by skill alone I set my bike in motion. It is by the juice of Lipo that wheels aquire speed, the shorts aquire stains, stains become a warning. It is by skill alone i set my bike in motion.
I don't know how many times I've instinctively grabbed a falling soldering iron and instantly wished I'd let it hit the deck.
recently tried to make a harness for LiPo setup and got my first introduction to arc welding. Bullets were mangled
I have had to buy at least 5 bikes during my time in med school, just because the previous ones were stolen. Even with 5 locks on it.
"So Ypedal, what is a Kilo of Anal?"
are you giving or taking ?..
Philistine wrote:Seeking Guidance from the Electric Priesthood...
Kingfish wrote:Reverent and quotable
I have this visual of hooded EV druids worshiping around large monolithic lipo blocks, waiting for the sun to charge, waiting for the moon to illuminate, humming one word during the celestial equinox: “Ohmmmmm”
I bow in your general direction…
The only fencing I've done was hogwire, chickenwire and barbed wire. That's how I earned my Phd. (Post hole digger)
oatnet wrote:damcard wrote:John informed me via email that his oversized nipples will fit the .280" diameter holes in my rim.
Wow, I've seen pictures of John, but he had a shirt on so I thought his nipples were normal-sized.
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