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Old 08-04-2013, 04:23 PM   #141
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Yeah,i Do. this half day away from family took some serious negotiation.
Next time when she and the girls go to the horseshow i'll be stuck home with the kids....
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Old 08-04-2013, 04:26 PM   #142
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Speed e shifter! Thanxs I'll google that.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee33o6GLAg8

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Old 08-04-2013, 05:01 PM   #143
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thats the rear side yeah
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Old 08-04-2013, 06:49 PM   #144
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Isnt there a thread on it?

Jesse has one. Maybe he will chime in.
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There is a thread with some talk on the Speed-E.

http://www.jockeyjournal.com/forum/s...ters&showall=1

http://www.jockeyjournal.com/forum/s...=speed-e-shift

Back in the day when these was on the market, they got a nick-name of "The Tranny Buster" Set-up had to be right on or it would make instance junk out of the trans....




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Old 08-05-2013, 08:08 AM   #146
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There is a thread with some talk on the Speed-E.

http://www.jockeyjournal.com/forum/s...ters&showall=1

http://www.jockeyjournal.com/forum/s...=speed-e-shift

Back in the day when these was on the market, they got a nick-name of "The Tranny Buster" Set-up had to be right on or it would make instance junk out of the trans....



Thanks guy's ,i'll look into to this.
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:37 PM   #147
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See that there shift pedal on Jesse's bike. Needs to be brass on yours only no rubbah pad...Knurled maybe.

Sick

Congrats again on the kid. Put some tools and parts in the crib with the little rascal. Nothing sharp!
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Old 08-05-2013, 04:09 PM   #148
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Great looking bike
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See that there shift pedal on Jesse's bike. Needs to be brass on yours only no rubbah pad...Knurled maybe.

Sick

Congrats again on the kid. Put some tools and parts in the crib with the little rascal. Nothing sharp!
This thing takes some serious planning if it's do able. There are alot of chains where this contraption would be. But it is insanely cool.


Thanks for the word knurled, it has to mean lettrad in swedish.

when i was 2years old in the seventies i nicked dad's powerdrill and made some holes in the barnfloor. When i was 3 i got my first own knife. That wasn't so smart..
Anyhow the securitytaliban mothers of today won't let that happen so there will only be useless softplastic tools in the crib... sadly
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Aw Shoot....

Give the little Fellow a Rubber Hammer and a Solid Cast Iron Ball...
Let him have some fun before he tears up one or the other.....

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He has already found balls to play with...
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Old 08-05-2013, 04:43 PM   #151
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Take him out and let him play and eat dirt!

He's a boy!!!!

Moms are making an army of pussies nowadays. Boys should be allowed to be boys. How else are they gonna learn to be men?
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Old 08-08-2013, 06:30 AM   #152
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I might have misunderstood the speedy shift.
First i thought that you needed too pull the leverer every time you needed to go from upshifting to downshifting, and from downshifting to upshifting.

But is it so ,that you only need to pull the leverer when you down shift otherwise it will always upshift?
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I might have misunderstood the speedy shift.
First i thought that you needed too pull the leverer every time you needed to go from upshifting to downshifting, and from downshifting to upshifting.

But is it so ,that you only need to pull the lever when you down shift otherwise it will always upshift?
Your pretty much right.

Lets say that your you just starter the bike...(In Neutral)
You will need to pull in the lever to down-shift into first and from there you will not need to do anything with your left hand but hang on for all other up-shifts.

The lever only is used for down-shifts and for finding neutral..
Must be in first or second gear for the neutral to work..
By pulling the lever half way in and a kick on the Clutch/Shift pedal will put the tranny in neutral...




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Old 08-19-2013, 02:18 PM   #154
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Hello again. Just finished up something again. It's a pop up valve
I got a thing for open valvetrains.
I just got to have a bike with it sometime
exposed mechanics is just magnetising.
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Old 08-19-2013, 02:22 PM   #155
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That's even better design and look than we were discussing earlier....for the burst plate.

You are a craftsman a slightly confusing and possibly twisted individual, but a true innovator none the less.

what is the opening psi?
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Old 08-19-2013, 02:46 PM   #156
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That's even better design and look than we were discussing earlier....for the burst plate.

You are a craftsman a slightly confusing and possibly twisted individual, but a true innovator none the less.

what is the opening psi?
I know that i've been fiddeling with the burst valve back and forth but i couldn't get it to blend in with the rest of the bike.
What if it backfired while im far away from the garage and burst plate bursted?
I've come up with a way to spring load the whole manifold pipe to the Y manifold part so i can take a pretty big back fire and still make it home with just a simple screwdriver.

And for the confusing part i think it's just a language barrier on my behalf. I can't express myself on this language so everything makes sense. and jokes just don't come out right.

I dont know about the psi, but i plan on running about 10psi boost. and let the valve open at 14psi. It's just a matter of cutting up an innertube and clamp it to the pipe and see what pressure it takes to open the valve and change springs til i get the desired result.

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I like the design and the theory behind it. Did you test it to blow off pressure at a certain PSI? I assume you installed a spring rated for whatever pressure you want it to relieve the intake. It's a very neat, simple idea.

I read your edit after I posted.
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Old 08-19-2013, 03:35 PM   #158
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I know that i've been fiddeling with the burst valve back and forth but i couldn't get it to blend in with the rest of the bike.
What if it backfired while im far away from the garage and burst plate bursted?
I've come up with a way to spring load the whole manifold pipe to the Y manifold part so i can take a pretty big back fire and still make it home with just a simple screwdriver.

And for the confusing part i think it's just a language barrier on my behalf. I can't express myself on this language so everything makes sense. and jokes just don't come out right.

I dont know about the psi, but i plan on running about 10psi boost. and let the valve open at 14psi. It's just a matter of cutting up an innertube and clamp it to the pipe and see what pressure it takes to open the valve and change springs til i get the desired result.

LOL. I get your jokes just fine. I think you speak this language better than most, especially those folks from around here....

The burst panel or popup valve like you have is designed for over PSI no matter where it comes from. Some burst panels actually break some are spring loaded and reset. Volume is the limiting factor with your smaller popup not allowing it to release all of the back pressure if a back fire did occur.

However another one with a slightly stronger spring would double the volume and you could hide it. It would stay closed until needed.....Hell, you could make it exactly like the other and put in next too. Even have colored springs for identification.

Imagine some onlookers scratching thier heads as to what it was for and others who are in the know would compliment you on the simplicity and functionality of such cool looking pieces.
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Old 08-27-2013, 01:05 PM   #159
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I'm concerned that there's enough movement in that chain that it will eat into the manifold pipe. Cool project though, love watching it come together.
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Old 08-27-2013, 02:23 PM   #160
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I'm concerned that there's enough movement in that chain that it will eat into the manifold pipe. Cool project though, love watching it come together.
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I Think you're right.
It's on my to do list.
I will shorten the pipe in front of the chain by 1/4" and extend the charger outlet by the same amount.

The reason for this is two fold. Enhancing hose clamping area and creating a greater chain clearance.

But i have also given a chain tensioner a serious thought. I think it can be made functional and pretty. Combined they will solve this problem.

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