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post #1 of 5 Old 05-08-07, 16:15 Thread Starter
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Cyril Guillemin & Team ATS Peace & Run (Le Mans Phot

Cyril...Thanks again for the pics. I'll make some calls about your other questions.

A few pics provided by Cyril, and a small description of each.

"this is out of the "raccordement" corner, a very important acceleration before the main straight line, were 1000 cc take 150 m in advance on us ..."



"you can see the airbag vest. Note right for this picture are for EspritRacing.com"



"our project interest lots of people including national french television."



picture of the team



"a picture of the bike and the rider after the over 250kph crash. The rider have nothing, the airbag vest is out, but really protect the rider. We were lucky because the bike doesn't "tumble" in gravel, so it was still in line after the crash and we only have to change small parts. Engine, frame, wheels, forks, rear swinger arm were OK !"



"night track riding was a great experience, first time for me an I really enjoyed it. You are alone with your bike and the track, temperature is cooled, a very special experience. And everyone was on race pace and for the first time I can overtake people ..."



"refuelling, you can see our big tank : 23,98 liter for 24 liter maximum according to technical regulation. We were especially pleased of this result as we don't use any mesure to achieve the result ..."


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Very cool.. Thanks for the commentary as well!

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what kinda shift linkage is that? u cant see it good in the last photo its the stock rear set correct?
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what kinda shift linkage is that? u cant see it good in the last photo its the stock rear set correct?
It sure looks like the stock rear set w/ a shift linkage I've never seen.

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Shift linkage : it means the link for gear change ?

It is a reverse system to gear up when moving the foot down and gear down when moving the foot up. Very useful during the two big hard acceleration while still in the corner at the exit of "La Chapelle" et "Le Musée" corner. Gear change is faster and smoother avoiding to make the bike moving with the leg movement. More comfortable in straight line too. We can let it on street legal bike with the standard side stand.

We had to cut the engine exit sprocket protection to fit the device.

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