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      07-25-2009, 01:39 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by MMMorish View Post
On another note, what is the more acturate calculation, DIN or SAE?
I'd say the lower one, which is still WAY higher than what you actually get at the wheels, which is the number that matters. Oh, and those are IDEAL numbers that you'd probably never duplicate, even at sea level in 60F dry weather .
That's similar to the 'dry' weights most manufacturers (especially motorcycle ones) love to report, which means no battery, no tools, and no fluids at all (including gas). Like if you could ride/drive the darn vehicle like that. Rant off . Have a great weekend gang.