I got a question from WAW554 owner H. Sjöberg, that I was never asked before. I thought it would be interesting to preserve the (lightly revised) conversation.
Q: What is the maximum lateral g-force on a WAW, before it is tipping over? (Typical for open trikes are 0,3-0,4 g).
A: Cornering ability of a trike is relatively high as the center of gravity can be moved considerably: you can hang into the corner. Much difference as well between, say, a VTX and an Adventure.
1.2 g = 50° < Limit for extreme sports cars
1.1 g = 48°
1.0 g = 45°
0.9 g = 42°
0.8 g = 39° < Limit for normal cars (typical)
0.7 g = 35°
0.6 g = 31° < Limit for WAW
0.5 g = 27°
0.4 g = 22° < Limit for trikes (typical)
0.3 g = 17°
0.2 g = 11°
0.1 g = 6°