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Re: The need for side impact protection? [Re: donaldosaurus] #195042
29/04/14 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted By donaldosaurus
Here is my kids speedo and rev counter!


That made me laugh. laugh2

Re: The need for side impact protection? [Re: P Dron] #195058
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Originally Posted By P Dron
Originally Posted By Soleng
Maybe an airbag jacket is a good idea in a three wheeler? The leather variant looks nice.

Harald


That's probably unnecessary when you already have a parachute.
And you could save weight by mounting the parachute low down off its harness, sitting on it and doing away with the seat squab.
Now where have I seen that idea before?

Re: The need for side impact protection? [Re: donaldosaurus] #195103
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Originally Posted By donaldosaurus
Here is my kids speedo and rev counter!


just shown this to my 18 year old son. Laughed out loud. Thought it was good.


Steve A11OGE Red 1989 4/4 4 seater

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Re: The need for side impact protection? [Re: Simon] #195220
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Originally Posted By Simon
Originally Posted By donaldosaurus
Here is my kids speedo and rev counter!


That made me laugh. laugh2

Agreed! The 60mph limit is fine, but a 2,000RPM limit on a petrol engine is a bit mean wink


Philip.
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