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Ineed to logout Bryton McClinton email to login michellehicks email how do I do that


Bryton needs to log out of his email account. Then Michelle needs to login.

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Susspension set up for Motorcross bikes


When I need to set up a motorcross bikes suspension I set all the settings (both rebound & compression) to the middle of the range on both the front suspension & the rear suspension

Now, measure the distance from the inside of the rear mudguard and the top of the rear tyre & note the distance.

Now repeat with the rider seated in position and note the difference,

This value should be 20mm. If not adjust rear spring pre-load to correct.

Now, measure the distance from the inside of the front mudguard and the top of the front tyre & note the distance.

Now repeat with the rider seated in position and note the difference,

This value should be 15mm. If not adjust front spring pre-load to correct.(if adjustable).

This gives you your starting point for the fine tuning with the dampening adjustments to suit the riders preferances.



Regards Andrew Porrelli



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Bryton rider 20


This has to be at the sensors. Adjust them closer until you get a reading. May need spacers to get closer.

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Reset odometer rider 20 bryton


The device recovery tool downloadable from the Bryton website will fully reset the device including Odometer

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How do I reset the distance to empty


The DTE is automatic and is the result of your previous miles per gallon multiplied by the gallons of gas registered in your tank.

Unlike the Trip miles, this DTE number can not be reset. It will vary by the fuel mileage per gallon recorded at each startup. That is why if you filled the tank and showed 400DTE you may have had 20 Gallons multiplied by 20 MPG. But if your new average is 16 MPG then it would show 320 DTE.

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Train A and B are traveling in the same direction on parallel tracks. Train A is traveling at 100 miles per hour and Train B is traveling at 110 miles per hour. Train A passes a station at 9:25am If train...


The first thing to figure out is the amount of time between the trains is 12 minutes. That would mean for train B to pass the station at 9:37 it would have to travel 22 miles in 12 minutes. Because, traveling at 110 miles/hour in 12 minutes the train would have travel 22 miles. Shown below shows the interpolation to come up with 22 miles.

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Train A had to traveled 12 minutes so, it would have been 20 miles ahead of the station. Screened below shows the interpolation to equal 20 miles.

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Though this calculation of 20 miles isn't necessary for the parametric solution that is being shown. It was very helpful in my solution in successive approximation. This parametric solution's starting point is at 9:37, not 20 miles ahead.

Using successive approximation, when train A traveled 200 miles in 2 hours, and train B was only 2 miles behind train A. At that point the time varibles needed to be broke down to minutes and seconds which gave me a real accurrate answer. Both trains were side by side in 2 hours and 12 minutes, and had traveled 220 miles from the station. You wouldn't believe how far the significant bits needed to be carried out to get such an accurate number. That's what gave me the idea to substitute, and use a parametric solution. In this solution the t (aka. time) is going to be substituted for the y axis. Next, I broke miles/hour down to mile/minute because, I knew the answer was in minutes: 2 hours and 12 minutes.

110/60=1.833333 so, -20+1.833333 t and 100/60=1.6666667 so, 1.6666667 t

Now load the equation:

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Now let's look at the solution from the graph. Each line represents a train.

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Notice how the two lines are converging. Where the two lines meet is the exact point when the two trains are side by side.

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Substituting t (aka. time) for the y axis show that at the point when the trains were side by side equals 132 minutes. Or 2 hours and 12 minutes. The distance traveled x axis=220 mile from the station.

To a point successive approximation would have been messy, and hard to follow. Somethings can only be solved by using graphs, or better solved by using graphs.

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The distance for the trip in my favorite is wrong.


Sounds like you might have "off road" selected for your navigation preference. Shortest distance between 2 points is a straight line, or great circle for GPS units. As the crow flies will be shorter than a road route.

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Could it be that the Unit for distance is set to statute and so displaying miles instead of K?

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Loud nosie coming from rear left drum


sounds like it may be a wheel bearing

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