||Enter the wheelbase of Motorbike, and the average diameter of the wheels
||Place the Motorbike on two (one per axis) or 4 scales (one
for wheel) and measured the weights on the two axes.
||At this point you need to lift the rear Motorbike at a height such that to see on the scales an appreciable difference of weight compared to the measurement in the plane, usually 300-500 mm of heights are sufficient. Enter the measure of the height
(H) that you use, and the new weight measured on the axis front.
||After entering the data click the button "Calculation
Center Gravity Motorbike" and you will have the results of the center of gravity of
the only Motorbike.
||At this point repeat the procedure with the rider on
board snd click on "Calculstion Center Gravity Motorbike with
Rider" and you will have the results of the center of gravity of
the Motorbike with Rider.
||If you have entered the data and calculated both center of gravity of only Motorbikes, both with the rider, this utility will lets see how it changes the weight distribution between front and rear, and varies as the load transfer moving the seat from its original location.
||Enter the longitudinal displacement of the seat SL
relative to the position Initial (put positive values if the advanced seat towards the axis front, negative if backward toward the rear axle).
||Enter the vertical displacement of the seat SV relative to the position Initial (put positive values if you raise the seat, if negative it lowered).
||Click on the button "Calculation New Motorbike
Balance" and you'll have the results.