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Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 15:45:16 -0000
From: MeatballTurbo <>
Subject: Re: Low exhaust

In article <1j2h7v4brumquhfq2a01dc9r521t4t2pp0nopsamcom>, says... > On Wed, 19 Mar 2003 13:21:48 -0000, MeatballTurbo > <> wrote: > > >I have found that with one passenger in front, and one in the back, I > >was able to clout the rear box hard enough to knock it off the rubber > >hanger, and that is attempting to cross the humps at little more than > >tickover. > > > I think that's why they put the undercar curb feelers about halfway > back on the NG900. Do they have them on the classics ? > > Bob > Never really understood what a curb feeler is? But avoiding these wouldn't do any good. You have to cross them, they run the full width of the road, and are designed to slow you to a crawl to avoid ploughing down pedestrians. Speed bumps/cushions/bollards/and chicanes are used a lot in the UK to stop people driving faster than they should. We can't actually be trusted to have control over our car any more. They are even working on a dynamic speed limiter, that won't let the car go faster than the speed limit (regardless of the situation). -- Carl Robson The poster formally known as Skodapilot.

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