Of the two, lateral dynamics has proven to be the more complicated, requiring three-dimensional , multibody dynamic analysis with at least two generalized coordinates to analyze. At a minimum, two coupled, second-order differential equations are required to capture the principal motions.  Exact solutions are not possible, and numerical methods must be used instead.  Competing theories of how bikes balance can still be found in print and online. On the other hand, as shown in later sections, much longitudinal dynamic analysis can be accomplished simply with planar kinetics and just one coordinate.
One Question you may have is life and maintenance of your HHO Dry Cell Kit.
The cells that we use personally have about 20K miles on them. The 316L stainless steel Plates we use should last about 50K miles if maintain properly.
The only part of the cell that needs replacement are the o rings roughly every 5-15K miles this will vary depending on how hot the cell runs over time. Normally if you keep these hho dry cells at approximately 15 to 18 amp draw they will go much longer periods of use without maintenance. This is the cheapest part of the cell, Oring replacement kits are approximately $ for 12 o rings and can be found on our "hho parts" page.
The only maintenance needed is to check the water levels and make sure there are no leaks in the system.
It is very important to maintain a water level of at least 1qrt so as to not over heat your hho dry cell.
Hi Mia: No, the meals are not complex! There are lots of awesome yummy, healthy, and quick recipes in both books (“Choose to Lose” and “Choose More, Lose More for Life”), and you might be able to find them in your library. There’s an awesome graphic in this post (as well as some other helpful info) that shows you how to put all your carb cycling meals together as well as calorie recommendations: http:///4514 . And follow the links in this post for ideas on foods you can choose: http:///2713 . And congrats on losing all those pounds – that’s awesome!