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definitely a triumph.

if it was a norton he wouldn't need TWO ENGINES... LOL


kick ass though.

hey, how the hell do you make a clutch cable operate two clutches? i have a hard enough time just getting my one clutch and cable to fucking work right.

plus, how do you time both engines? is it two electric ignitions? or can you make one?
 

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snortonnorton said:
definitely a triumph.

hey, how the hell do you make a clutch cable operate two clutches? i have a hard enough time just getting my one clutch and cable to fucking work right.

plus, how do you time both engines? is it two electric ignitions? or can you make one?
Why in the world would you run two clutches? :confused: I'm ASSUMING the two engines are direct drive, 1:1 sprocket and chain job, with a duplex on the rear engine to drive the primary.
Probably two magnetos providing the sparks, just time them 'normally'.
 

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yeah, stupid me.

i'm full time college student.

my brain power goes to reading ancient latin. so after my part-time job by the end of the day i'm in stupid question mode.

right after i posted the question i realized you still only need on transmission, duh, one clutch.
 

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now that's what i'm fucking talking about.

norton hogslayer, how fast was that thing?

did little kids cry when it was running?

did girls take their tops of at the mere sight of it?

KICK ASS
 

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snortonnorton said:
now that's what i'm fucking talking about.

norton hogslayer, how fast was that thing?

did little kids cry when it was running?

did girls take their tops of at the mere sight of it?

KICK ASS
Without checking, I think it ran high 7s @ 170+ mph - unblown on nitro. He always had a hot blonde start line assisstant
 

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patch said:
Norton Hogslayer - T.C. Christenson

Used a Rambler overdrive unit for two speed tranny, clutch was made from earthmoving equipment parts & same design clutch was used in top fuellers
ok,Thats the one I was thinking of!

thanks for clearing that up
 

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definitely a triumph.

if it was a norton he wouldn't need TWO ENGINES... LOL

kick ass though.

hey, how the hell do you make a clutch cable operate two clutches? i have a hard enough time just getting my one clutch and cable to fucking work right.

plus, how do you time both engines? is it two electric ignitions? or can you make one?
Only one transmission though so it only has one clutch
 
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