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Old 11-15-2006, 09:12 PM   #1
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spend some time and look around, tons and tons of very interesting research and development
dig the dual crankshafts for each cylinder for cancellation of vibes.
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Nice. Interesting engineering concepts there.
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Old 11-15-2006, 11:17 PM   #7
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bet she's got some torque.

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man.. what a smart group.. they must be related to this guy...

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man.. what a smart group.. they must be related to this guy...

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BTW you got a cheater pipe of some kind? I need to bend the bars to my TTR90.....
hehehehe, wanna take em off and do it right or just heave em and tweak em bolted on?
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The counter rotating crankshaft is interesting. It balances the motor and allows for maximum rod load on the power stroke with minimum con rods weight. I bet that little engine can rev.
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The counter rotating crankshafts might be new to diesel engines, but not to bikes. GP bikes have had them for quite some time. I don't think it's about vibration damping as much as it's about canceling the gyroscopic effect of the engine so the bike will turn easier.

My little 50cc NSR has a counterbalance shaft (not a crankshaft) to reduce vibrations.
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The guys in the video looked like they were having some fun on the track!
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