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#23494047 Mainway Solutions Giveaway

Posted by wileo on 26 September 2020 - 10:26 AM

Thanks val

#23485419 Meanwhile at Precision Sports -- taking it to another level

Posted by wileo on 17 September 2020 - 09:51 AM

Could you please share the reasoning for changing the upper gear rather than the lower which seems much more common and practical? Are you simply going beyond the top speed of say a 38 lower?

Bigger radius. More teeth in contact
Less stress and the chain

#23476679 ZRP Spindles

Posted by wileo on 08 September 2020 - 01:41 PM

I think there is a set of sale on here

#23462121 Upper and Lower chaincase bearing tool

Posted by wileo on 20 August 2020 - 07:59 PM

Did you price out from your dealer. I’ve found brp tools are very reasonable

#23461015 Big wheel kit

Posted by wileo on 18 August 2020 - 10:04 PM

Well, read all this and ordered tricked toys 9in 4 wheel axle kit and avid 9in wheels. But I didnt notice till after I ordered that I ordered the 20mm wheels. Is the axle kit 20mm or 25mm? Doh

I’m almost sure that the tricked toys axle are 6205 bearing which is 25mm

#23459081 Big wheel kit

Posted by wileo on 15 August 2020 - 03:59 PM

I have got tons of pm messages about these plastic kimpex wheels. The wheels are very nice wheels with rubber outside same as oem wheels. These wheels come with the 25 mm bearings you can buy 20 mm ones to fit wheels if that’s what your after . So on the axle I’m using a tricked toys axle but I have run this on a c motion and now on T motion. If you want to run big wheels on a 137 I think 9” will be max for your wheels and pretty sure only TKI makes a axle for the R motion

Top speed gains
Lower cruising rpm
Better mileage
Better snow evacuation in deep snow
Better throttle response in deep snow are cons I noticed. Hopefully this clears up on pms . Also kimpex makes a 9” wheel also

Tricked toys told me their axle works from ck3 all the way to rmotion
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#23454175 Divorced down pipe question

Posted by wileo on 07 August 2020 - 09:52 PM

When dumping threw the belly be careful were you put the pipe as you can melt the Teflon out of the inner tie rod end

#23442179 Ceramic bogie wheel bearing

Posted by wileo on 19 July 2020 - 09:40 PM

From the little bit of playing around trying to figure out drag in the drive line. A lot comes from the chain case when you tighten the chain.

So I’m thinking replacing the jacksahft, and driveshaft bearings with ceramic would be better option.

You can get low drag seals bearing but they don’t protect as good for water getting in.

Most drag is from the seals.

Ntn has a huge write up on this stuff but I can’t find it right now
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#23408087 Involute sprocket diameter

Posted by wileo on 17 May 2020 - 01:15 PM

Should be 2.86 x number of teeth / pie
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#23406999 Dalton 48/38 helix

Posted by wileo on 15 May 2020 - 06:00 PM

Yes 100 link chain for 24-36.
I may have a used one $75 if you want .

I know the pb80 doesn’t like tra springs so you might wanna keep an eye on the spring cup using the dalton spring

If the purple purple was in the secondary and you hit the limiter changes need to be made in the primary.

Put a beige torsion in the secondary at 18-20 lb of wrap then adjust the puck weight in the primary to keep it off the limiter

#23404553 Best option for 9 tooth 2.86 driveshaft

Posted by wileo on 12 May 2020 - 05:41 PM

I can tell you on a 137 with 10 tooth 2.52 A 136 track won’t fit

So I don’t think you will get a 144 track on a 146 skid with bigger drivers

You could always get a 146. 1.5 track and cut to 1.25

#23371473 Lifting my Engine Out of sled

Posted by wileo on 12 April 2020 - 07:10 PM

If you have a engine lift brp makes a cheap and nice bracket that goes on the Exhust studs.

Another easy way is to remove the steering post and steering support then lift stright up.

3rd way is to fight it out the pto side. I’ve had mine outots of times

#23361071 Précision Efi stg 4 900T 147.8 mph

Posted by wileo on 05 April 2020 - 06:33 PM

What’s great about that?

You can put the 5k into the skid and not a motec unit

#23347173 Floatting QRS ??

Posted by wileo on 28 March 2020 - 08:51 AM

excuse me Chris I don't understand what you mean ??

If you like to play with clutches then the floating clutch is nice because it make it easy to do

If you put one setup in and just run that then save your money

#23345457 Floatting QRS ??

Posted by wileo on 27 March 2020 - 05:56 AM

I had mine floated for years but now have made shims to lock it down.

It is very nice for switching springs and helixes