windblast


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windblast

(wĭnd′blăst′)
n.
1. An exceedingly strong gust of wind.
2. The damaging effect of air friction on a pilot ejected from a high-speed aircraft.
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It's a 918cc unit tuned to provide low to mid-range power at the expense of all-out top end -a sensible option as the windblast makes anything over 100mph a real chore.
Other problems could arise from an increase in helmet size and inattention to windblast.
Had the aircraft been airborne, the windblast would have caught the drogue chute, causing the parachute to deploy fully.
Only heaps of respect for the law and the windblast from the upright hands-and-feet-forward riding style stopped me from embarrassing him with a flypast.
Windproof and breathable, the versatile Windblast fleece sweater is a great space-saver because it uses a high-tech membrane that adds warmth without bull, The technology, eVENT Wind Protection, is an ePTFE (expanded polytetrafiuoroethytene) that is laminated between fabric layers and provides virtual windproofing.
Be sure to reduce the windblast as the charge level comes down.
and European standards, 600-plus-knot windblast, and 600-plus-knot ejection.
And so it should be - it's the latest model to enter the hugely popular naked middleweight category, with no fairing to protect from windblast or to hide all that metal.
As long as you're not too big you can just about tuck under it to duck windblast on the motorway, and just about hit 75mph with a tail wind.
Windblast was light to moderate, not enough to bother me except when I tried to reference my own checklist.
It's a 918cc unit that has been tuned to provide low to mid-range power at the expense of all-out top end ( a sensible option as the windblast makes anything over 100mph a real chore.