Exactly. When the plates engage, both inner and outer turn together.Sonreir said:Yeah... I think I'm picturing it now?
Crank turns the primary and outer basket and power is transferred to the main shaft through the plates and inner basket... right?
I talked to Isaac at Speedy Siegl Racing (where I got the brake stay from) and told him what happened, I assured him it wasn't his fault. But I told him because the brake stay actually jacked into the road, spiking the rear of the bike up before the drum housing rotated enough for it t be out of the way (also shattering my carbon fiber actuation rod)pidjones said:I had a rear brake lock up at speed on a TR6C chopper. NOT FUN! BTW, I think that color is perfect.
After second runs up to higher RPMS it's doing muuuuuch better - still a flat spot there at about 3k, so will have do break out the gunson color tune kit (i would rather use than that plug chops)crazypj said:Now you have exhaust on I can see your going to need larger secondary main jet. try a 120 instead of the 115 I fitted. Because exhaust length becomes pretty critical you may need to get some 117.5 and 122.5 (never had one needing more than 125 even with short 'big bore' pipes) Have you adjusted fuel screw? Try 3/4~1 turn out. Alternatively, try holding at rpm where your having a problem (3K first) kill motor without closing throttle and pull plugs to check colour. Do it again at 6K. It may be leaning off too much at 3K or reverse pulses from exhaust length could be causing problem? Pretty sure it's 'fixable' though
Those are nice.....MiniatureNinja said:Got some more badass lightweight aluminum for the bike today, courtesy of speedy siegl racing. nearly finishing touches on the exhaust