Damn Chris you must be physic &or psycho to think like that.
I cut teeth on 1st motorcycle - mid 10 sec 1/4 m P!! lowered ddragster so know the leap advantage of a tucked low front Hole Shot device - but air muscles idea will not work in range of Peels 6" suspension travel so got another air power gizmo in mind that will also angle the front wings for down force when needed. If wheelies still limit leap forward G's Peel is already set up for trailer hitch mount so 'easy' to wheelie bar for special events. i got to ride a H2 500 triple 2smoke dragster with long wheelie bar in public to have it periodically straddle road undulations that suspended rear tire off surface between front tire and wheelie bar end for a extra springy ladder riding sense, yuk. Also its was stumbling slow until almost 10K and only couple grand more on tap and still only a 500 so not that exciting. Its was Norton drag racers that I first found trying to source parts and knowledge before discovering online sources - they understood me telling em how P!! frame/forks built 2" low so would float front tire 2" level pulling wrists & eyebrows back with only an instant of touch down /bounce up on WOT shifts by big kill button tap instead of clutch lever. Norton power character seems to match drag racing needs.
Hope is some Hyabusta or Apricot V4 or BMW SR or 2.3 L Rocket 3 pulls up teasing for a sprint fest, Peel will suck forks up as I roll on power so she does not drop any but seems to be suspended by sky hook so tire just lifts up instead of nose dropping to instantly leap ahead while their poor ole puters limiting power to protect them from head over tea kettle crash. There may not be an instant in 1/4 m that Mz Peel's front touches down as I suspect power/wt ratio will allow leaving in 3rd or 4th w/o much tire squeal on clutch drop and just roll on throttle to ride the power band increase as speed increases tire traction hook up > with all our mass on its widened parch.
Peel straight steering PHASE Three and Four turn fury is incomprehensible good even on notched tractor tires but did run into 2 issues, (a) 3 gal fuel smack *delay* crossing 6 gal tankin time with Peel already ricocheted into air aligned for another sharp direction change, its stops full pivot so instead of landing inline of road = front suddenly get knocked back to land facomg far road edge YIKES, only a maniac PHASE Three maneuver could turn sharp/fast enough to get back on track *&* (B) aero dynamics of variable ground effect lift/drop on peg foul leans plus rear lift off swing out w/o rear contact to restrain like flat tracker. So plan is some type baffle in IS tank and feeler bar levers that hit road on leans to extend rear wings for some kite tail drag and some extra down force spoiling wing in ground effect so can accelerate a bit more before lift off and still miss bluff face or edge rails or sluggish parking lot cone cylce.
NO side covers help bleed lift compression from wind gusts mixing with fork eddies. Fork legs need wing feathers steamlining to stiffle the reasonace waves, other cycles can not reach to encounter or do encounter to get upset or out of control but so wrong in design pilots - engineers can't tell whats going down.
Peel & fate induced me into PHASE FIVE steering which is essentially WOT straight steering upright with both tires grounded like AWD rally car but past Ms Peel only had power enough to do that on grass, THE Gravel or mud washes across down hill hwy turn. All other cycles are so corner crippled to Peel its 1000 hp Pikes Peak craft I look forward to pecking order test, except Peel will request a special timed run *down* the Mt event to rub Norton Isolastic Commando ame in deeper.
I abhor wheelies and stoppies and drifts or slides but for parking lot stunts I want to lean yet Peel fast road turns are not done like anything seen before - except elite corner cripples entering these energy phases crashing.
clearing cage path collecting Peel obstacles when not Steve McQueen-ing grass slopes and Mt. side.