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Old 03-07-2007, 06:55 PM
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My sensor came with a 90 degree bend in it, making the cable stay away from everything. I have never damaged the sensor, and it is tucked nicely out of the way, due to the cable routing on the swingarm.

I find that my rear tire does go faster than I do in mud and sand, but that's the reason I put it on the back tire anyway. I like to know how fast I am spinning the tire (plus it makes my mileage look better than it is). On fire roads, etc, I tend to keep pretty good traction.

On the roads (I ride on public roads about as much as dirt roads), the rear tire speed matches the bike's speed, so I know if I'm doing the speedlimit, plus I can see how fast I am going during wheelies.

EDIT: I also want to know where you got that disc brake guard. Looks nice.

Last edited by DAVe3283; 03-07-2007 at 06:56 PM. Reason: Question about disc brake guard
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