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Yermo
5 years ago
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Innovate Motor Sports On-Line Store

The LM-2 Kit (Single Wideband O2) includes the LM-2 meter, Bosch wide-band oxygen sensor, 8 ft sensor cable, cigarette-lighter power adapter, analog in/out cable, ODB-II/CAN interface cable, SD memory card, USB cable for PC connection, weld-in bung and plug, LogWorks software CD, and quick-start guide. Carrying Case also included! The powerful shopping cart software for web stores and e-commerce enabled webstores is based on PHP / PHP4 with SQL database (MySQL, PostGres) with highly...

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Yermo
5 years ago
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Arduino Throttle Body Syncronization Shield

A common Motorcycle maintenance task is to synchronize the throttle bodies on the engine to smooth out any rough idle. This is done by monitoring the...

http://www.instructables.com/id/Ard...
Yermo
5 years ago
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Sena SPH10 Bluetooth Helmetless Headset Intercom - RevZilla

Purchase the Sena SPH10 Bluetooth Helmetless Headset Intercom at RevZilla Motorsports. Get the best free shipping & exchange deal anywhere, no restock fees and the lowest prices -- guaranteed.

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Gabe
5 years ago
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Hit Air MLV-P Airbag Vest Large Reflector: BIKEBONE

We will match any price on the web*, plus 10% of the difference! *Details at the bottom of the page Demo Video and Testimonials The Long Awaited New Super Light Weight Vests Models Are Here! New MLV-Reflective Model Reflective material of LUMIDEX is used for good nighttime visibility and the safety. S-System is installed. Super Light Weight Vest for Motorcycle riding is Hit-Air s latest model for wearing over your favorite motorcycle jacket. This vest incorporates Hit-air s new super high speed airbag deployment system. The system deploys the airbag in .25 msec (0.25 sec)! By comparison the human eye blink rate is 300 to 400 msec or 0.3 seconds. The Hit-air MLV model is also super light weight making it comfortable while wearing it over your favorite jacket or vest! It is so light, cool and comfortable you will hardly notice that you are wearing it! The Hit-air MLV model is ideal for the rider who has one or more jackets in his or her wardrobe but want the superior protection t

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Gabe
5 years ago
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Motorcycle rider conspicuity and crash related injury: case-control study | BMJ

Abstract Objective To investigate whether the risk of motorcycle crash related injuries is associated with the conspicuity of the driver or vehicle. Design Population based case-control study. Setting Auckland region of New Zealand from February 1993 to February 1996. Participants 463 motorcycle drivers (cases) involved in crashes leading to hospital treatment or death; 1233 motorcycle drivers (controls) recruited from randomly selected roadside survey sites. Main outcome measures Estimates of relative risk of motorcycle crash related injury and population attributable risk associated with conspicuity measures, including the use of reflective or fluorescent clothing, headlight operation, and colour of helmet, clothing, and motorcycle. Results Crash related injuries occurred mainly in urban zones with 50 km/h speed limit (66%), during the day (63%), and in fine weather (72%). After adjustment for potential confounders, drivers wearing any reflective or fluorescent clothing had a 37% lower risk (multivariate odds ratio 0.63, 95% confidence interval 0.42 to 0.94) than other drivers. Compared with wearing a black helmet, use of a white helmet was associated with a 24% lower risk (multivariate odds ratio 0.76, 0.57 to 0.99). Self reported light coloured helmet versus dark coloured helmet was associated with a 19% lower risk. Three quarters of motorcycle riders had their headlight turned on during the day, and this was associated with a 27% lower risk (multivariate odds ratio 0.73, 0.53 to 1.00). No association occurred between risk and the frontal colour of drivers' clothing or motorcycle. If these odds ratios are unconfounded, the population attributable risks are 33% for wearing no reflective or fluorescent clothing, 18% for a non-white helmet, 11% for a dark coloured helmet, and 7% for no daytime headlight operation. Conclusions Low conspicuity may increase the risk of motorcycle crash related injury. Increasing the use of reflective or fluorescent clothing, white or light coloured helmets, and daytime headlights are simple, cheap interventions that could considerably reduce motorcycle crash related injury and death.

http://www.bmj.com/content/328/7444...
Yermo
5 years ago
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Arai Signet-Q Helmet - Solid - RevZilla

Purchase the Arai Signet-Q Helmet - Solid at RevZilla Motorsports. Get the best free shipping & exchange deal anywhere, no restock fees and the lowest prices -- guaranteed.

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Yermo
5 years ago
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Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset - RevZilla

Purchase the Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset at RevZilla Motorsports. Get the best free shipping & exchange deal anywhere, no restock fees and the lowest prices -- guaranteed.

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