Re: summary - the disk brake debate

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by James Annan, Oct 8, 2005.

1. James Annan Guest

jim beam wrote:

> ok, so that idiocy has been rolling on for nearly 3 weeks now, and still
> we have:
>
> 1. annan's theory which calculates supposed ejection force

Are you going to share your own estimate? You'll obviously want to take
account of the 235 foot-pounds of torque that Cannondale measured (with
a medium-sized rider riding round a car park):

http://www.ne.jp/asahi/julesandjames/home/disk_and_quick_release/cannondale.html

I'm really surprised why you seem to keep trying to beat yourself up
over this. You guessed wrong, the world passed you by. Better luck next
time eh?

James
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4. jim beam Guest

James Annan wrote:
> jim beam wrote:
>
>> ok, so that idiocy has been rolling on for nearly 3 weeks now, and
>> still we have:
>>
>> 1. annan's theory which calculates supposed ejection force

>
>
> Are you going to share your own estimate? You'll obviously want to take
> account of the 235 foot-pounds of torque that Cannondale measured (with
> a medium-sized rider riding round a car park):
>
> http://www.ne.jp/asahi/julesandjames/home/disk_and_quick_release/cannondale.html
>
>
> I'm really surprised why you seem to keep trying to beat yourself up
> over this. You guessed wrong, the world passed you by. Better luck next
> time eh?
>
> James

james, i already did the math for you, but somehow, incredibly, you will
still not address it. if you were to, you may suddenly find some