Switchblade build or fools errand?



PsychDoc

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For all who care (or don't) I now own a GC160. $50 non pumping power washer- engine seems to run just fine. now I need a torq-q-verter and information- specifically what are the sprockets used on the bikes in this (https://motorbicycling.com/threads/honda-gc160-max-rpm-with.63748/) thread- they are works of art and I expect they perform just as well.

thanks

After copious stalking - I see the rear sprocket is a 56 tooth- and it looks like the jackshaft has a 10, maybe 12 tooth-
 
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PsychDoc

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Some work indeed!- but I’m optimistic, the fit is good and it looks like angles and clearances are workable.

Thanks Mr. Crazy- staton looks like the place for funky parts.

I would like get y’alls thoughts aabout the 3D manual clutch- I’m giving it some serious consideration. And I think I’ll be needing a jackshaft midstream.
 
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Street Ryderz

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Some work indeed!- but I’m optimistic, the fit is good and it looks like angles and clearances are workable.

Thanks Mr. Crazy- staton looks like the place for funky parts.

I would like get y’alls thoughts aabout the 3D manual clutch- I’m giving it some serious consideration. And I think I’ll be needing a jackshaft midstream.
The 3D manual clutch is great, capable of holding 20hp and ripping the rest of the bike to shreads,it's big and expensive but would outlast most applications.
 

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Quick update- I received my front hub today. I think it was a good choice. Still waiting for my spokes- I think they are being conveyed via Junk transporting rubber dog poo to the local joke shop. Anyway, this thing is smooth as silk. It was ordered from Brands Cycle & Fitnesses via Amazon- 66.49 + tax free delivery.
 

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