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Too quiet.I want my gears straight-cut. ~;
There good for drag racing with cars. Some people though just put in timing gears so their 83 GMC sierra's sound like they have a blower in it. Seriously. I'd love to have a set of solid timing gears, but I don't race so I don't need them. From what I've heard, a set of straight cut gears gives accurate timing, but you lose a very tiny amount of horsepower.
I'll bet they could buy and install a ringtone with the same noise for less $$ and hassle. Hook it to a loudspeaker and pose away!
The Norton uses age hardened aluminum connecting rods.
From what I've heard, a set of straight cut gears gives accurate timing, but you lose a very tiny amount of horsepower.
straight cut gears have less HP loss than helical.
Clear ! But does anyone here know,- or have an idea about HP loss on chain drive vs. helical gears ?Not knowing myself, but I remember a fellow motorcyclist once laughed at me (hard to forget that :D) when I expressed the idea that gears (and those were even straight cut ones) had a lesser HP loss than chain drive.So , according to him, chain drive is the right choice in that regard. I just find that hard to believe. Especially with the kinky chain run on the Guzzi. Not that I ever would give up on my straight cut gears though. Anyone ?
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