Yes, very well done. I think one of these things is in my future to take the dog and whole family on rides.
Glad to see you got it going. May want to look at a change in final drive ratio. Stock rear 34T, countershaft 17T or 2:1. I went with a 36T and 16T might be a little too much, you may want to try 36T and 17T. Top speed will go up with sprocket change as you will be able to reach your max torque point in all gears and it'll save the clutch on take-off. A little practice is all it takes to get used to itJohnGoFast said:Took it for a hour long ride around town, top speed 65, pulls a little to the right, will attempt to adjust for that. Otherwise I'm pretty damn amazed at how it handled. Had a lot of fun in a empty parking lot flying the sidecar around and getting a feel for the handling!
Taking it into work in the working. See how it is in the busy downtown streets.