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Brake System Road Test Code--Motorcycles

1971-03-01
HISTORICAL
J108A_197103
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes a uniform procedure for the level road test of the brake systems of all classes of motorcycles intended for highway use.
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Brake System Road Test Code – Motorcycles

2013-12-20
CURRENT
J108_201312
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes a uniform procedure for the level road test of the brake systems of all classes of motorcycles intended for highway use.
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Brake System Road Test Code--Motorcycles

2007-11-30
HISTORICAL
J108_200711
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes a uniform procedure for the level road test of the brake systems of all classes of motorcycles intended for highway use.
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Brake System Road Test Code--Motorcycles

1969-07-01
HISTORICAL
J108_196907
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes a uniform procedure for the level road test of the brake systems of all classes of motorcycles intended for highway use.
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Brake System Road Test Code--Motorcycles

2000-01-24
HISTORICAL
J108_200001
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes a uniform procedure for the level road test of the brake systems of all classes of motorcycles intended for highway use.
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Operator Controls and Displays on Motorcycles

1996-05-01
HISTORICAL
J107_199605
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to two- and three-wheeled motorcycles intended for highway use. Vehicles commonly known as mpoeds and mini-bikes are included in this vehicle category if they are intended for highway use. This document is intended to provide guides toward standard location and operation of motorcycle controls and standard identification of displays to reduce the possibility of operator confusion.
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Operator Controls and Displays on Motorcycles

1980-04-01
HISTORICAL
J107_198004
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to two- and three-wheeled motorcycles intended for highway use. Vehicles commonly known as mpoeds and mini-bikes are included in this vehicle category if they are intended for highway use. This document is intended to provide guides toward standard location and operation of motorcycle controls and standard identification of displays to reduce the possibility of operator confusion.
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Operator Controls and Displays on Motorcycles

2012-07-02
CURRENT
J107_201207
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to two- and three-wheel motorcycles intended for highway use. Vehicles commonly known as mopeds and mini-bikes are included in this vehicle category if they are intended for highway use.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

1992-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1101_199206
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

1978-10-01
HISTORICAL
J1101_197810
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

1997-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1101_199706
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

2002-11-25
HISTORICAL
J1101_200211
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

2012-03-15
CURRENT
J1101_201203
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand. b The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs. c The tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

2007-11-30
HISTORICAL
J1101_200711
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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Test Procedure for Parking Stability of Motorcycles

2018-03-30
WIP
J1101
Side stands and center stands are designed to support stationary two wheel motorcycles. This SAE Recommended Practice establishes procedures for determining parking surface loading and stability limits as follows: a. The footprint pressure exerted on a horizontal parking surface by the stand, b. The tilt angle of the parking surface at which tip-over occurs, and c. the tilt angle of the parking surface at which roll-off occurs.
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