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@pcxmac and Don-R
thank you for the response.
if it is just lean angles and therefore, just contact patch reduction in the dry...
then that equates to adhesion...being unstuck by the aggressive delivery? yes or no? not contradicting, but it seems too simple....
if it is that simple then the lean angle reduction, resulting in less contact patch may be offset by the water decreasing adhesion. possible?
however, as they are going much slower, does this reduced speed and therefore reduced reliance on adhesion offset the water?
but.. if the delivery is aggressive, then (and this is a bit of personal painful experience) can this alone unstick that rear tire?
is this where electronics play a part, reducing the aggressiveness of power delivery? Surely no one can actually use the full top power?
and the last part of my series of questions (I am not making a statement, just asking what the interplay may be)... does the weight distribution not hinder a bike worse in the wet where go