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Max Lean Angle ?

Ok,just curious !!

Seeing as the H2 SX SE has a lean angle sensor/display,I'm just curious as to what maximum angle the bike can lean before something touches down ?

Once you get past 40 degrees the real-time lean angle display changes from green-amber-red so is kind of warning you of a limit,but there's nothing mentioned anywhere.
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Depends how heavy you are, the surface can pump you down. Be brave and try and then you will have an answer of the angle for your weight and how the suspension is set up.
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I can't see what use a lean angle display is. Not while on the move anyway.

I think it's only there "because we can", the sensor being part of the IMU.

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I can't see what use a lean angle display is. Not while on the move anyway.

I think it's only there "because we can", the sensor being part of the IMU.
Just a selling gimmick really, one manufacturer has it, so too another, just advances in technology we get, bit like mobile phones etc, most folk probably only use 10% of its features

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If you set up a stem mount GoPro, to record the dash, you can at least review how it recorded your lean angle and what you were doing at the time.

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@NOLA : I didn't see the info in your graphic for a Harley-Davidson?
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Yes, thats for a MotoGP Harley-Davidson.

Sigh. (Rolling eyes).

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