I used washers (m6) with m6 bolts and lock nuts. Will post pics tomorrow.sesshoumaru562 said:Make sure the chain lines up when you do this, if the chain isnt lined up; it will pop right off on aceleration. You can either use spacers to line it up or modify the engine motor postiton.
No real need to relocate the engine. Unless u want to go that route.IcePick said:Cagkiller. Its a great theory, but for the headache of relocating the engine, I think it may not be worth the headache. Just my opinion, but please let us know how it goes.
Not sure where you read that but, I checked it on on my bikes.........It is 5 revolutions of clutch bell to 1 revolution of the drive gear sprocket.just read on another forum that it takes 7 rotations of the engine clutch to rotate the tranny gear once...
Backwoodz said:Well fact is all the gear reducers use a 5:1 ratio goped/cateye/X1/X2/X3........that is a fact you can check out.QUOTE]
Hey that is what I saw and I had no idea it was wrong, but i am glad you cleared that up for me. Thanks. SO, Is there a way that something like this can be changed, or that is pretty much it for that?
Are you talking about the 17mm axle bolts that hole the wheel on?BoostedBoogie said:this method, i got it to work for a few days. but after messing with the rear wheel alignment again, the chain would constantly come off on acceleration. so now, i'm back to dual chain setup.