Re: Variator Tuning For Low End Acceleration

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> > > > Removing half the variator weights worked like a charm. Quick

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> > > > acceleration now, sounds great, tops out just above 30 on the flat

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> > > Now take a sharpie & make sure your variator is fully engaging!

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> > > too ligh of weights Will not have enough “force” to fully engage the

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> > > When the variator spins the weights become heavier. a 3g weight

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> > > become just as heavy as a 4g but at a higher rpm

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> Centrifugal force cancels gravity.......Sorry

Again, false.

Mass can only be increased by adding physical mass.

No one would say "when your fire a bullet, that bullet weighs over XXX lbs." The bullet weighs the same, in the cartridge and in the air. Just like weights.

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  Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationTopic by: Real Deal Neil Real Deal Neil 05/20/20 10:59PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Chris . Chris . 05/20/20 11:49PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Jack Rutherford Jack Rutherford 05/21/20 12:50AM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Real Deal Neil Real Deal Neil 05/21/20 10:28PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Real Deal Neil Real Deal Neil 05/22/20 11:59PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Justabunchoftrash 646260 Justabunchoftrash 646260 05/23/20 02:04AM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Dirty30 Dillon Dirty30 Dillon 05/23/20 09:40AM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Justabunchoftrash 646260 Justabunchoftrash 646260 05/23/20 09:38PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Dirty30 Dillon Dirty30 Dillon 05/23/20 09:44PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Justabunchoftrash 646260 Justabunchoftrash 646260 05/23/20 10:05PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Dirty30 Dillon Dirty30 Dillon 05/23/20 10:38PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Justabunchoftrash 646260 Justabunchoftrash 646260 05/23/20 10:55PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Ike Pipe Ike Pipe 05/25/20 12:42AM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Dirty30 Dillon Dirty30 Dillon 05/25/20 01:28AM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Ike Pipe Ike Pipe 05/25/20 04:36PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: P D P D 05/25/20 05:00PM
  Re: Variator Tuning For Low End AccelerationRe: Justabunchoftrash 646260 Justabunchoftrash 646260 05/25/20 07:09PM

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