Born to be WillD Wrote:
Thanks! I think so too. Just about full custom lol. It's been sitting for a few weeks and I'm itching to get back to it and finish it up. I've been saying that since February. I have a few things to fab yet if i'm switching to pegs, but that's no big deal and I enjoy getting bits of metal in my hands for weeks.
> there used to be stronger springs you could get.
> seem to be unavailable anymore. ebay.de from the
> same guys that made the uber clutches, but they
> were only like 35E for the stiff springs.
I looked forever for a spring that would work, but they are pretty damn hard to come by and im not dropping some hundred dollars getting one custom made. I've already invested too much in this stupid mopad that no one will buy.
I paid 35 Euro for the whole clutch. Diaphragm springs effectively increase in strength by a factor of n when stacked esp linear tension ones like in these clutches. So I think that will work or at least help. Probably more pressure than the uber spring. I attached a pretty nice pdf about diaphragm spring physics if you are into charts and data and shit. it's pretty damn cool what they are capable of for being a stupid fingerly springy disk.
> I like the oil slosher idea too. but I dunno that
> it helped
Yeah you push this idea a lot. I don't really see it being super useful but I have like 2 minutes of riding on this setup so I don't know shit really.
> I actually just got my old 2 speed back, which is
> insane - fuck the swoops - but I'm curious to dig
> in there and see what I can do, having thought
> about it some more.
> I unfortunately let go of the uber parts on a
> different build, and it's just a "stock" D, been
> dicked around with a fair bit by the folks who'd
> owned it and passed it around since I let it go
> til the swoops got it back; but man - great bike.
I just want to prove everyone wrong about the Sachs clutch and rip wheelies all day. in my dreams ha!