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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-11-2000, 02:16 PM
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10 Tooth Drivers

The new thing the Big Boys are trying out here in the West is 10 tooth drivers.
There on 95 97 99 Summits. Has anybody done this, and what wre the results?
They are doing chaincase and jackshaft conversions. That sounds like lots
of work but it could be the new (at least to me) thing to get that HP to the track.
OH by the way... We have recieved 5 feet of snow this past week, don't
you love the Cascades.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-13-2000, 12:56 AM
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Re: 10 Tooth Drivers

the 10 tooth drivers have been around for a few years.Now the big thing is to use the extrovert drivers in 10 tooth thats the trick for some free hp to the track!

post #3 of (permalink) Old 01-15-2000, 02:21 AM
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Re: 10 Tooth Drivers

If you want to transfer HP to the track, try the Heel clicker weights. I have never experienced anything like them. I was a believer based on the mechanics ond engineering. Now I run with them and will never go back to a stock weight again.

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 01-15-2000, 04:33 AM
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Re: 10 Tooth Drivers

powderbound did you have much problem getting them dialed in?.dont they recomend using a straight angle helix? what you use for a helix?.thanks

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Re: 10 Tooth Drivers

I have three different helix's that we tried.
Hot seat 50/36 --> way too much bottom end.
Stock 45/36 --> worked real good.
SLP 46/38/34 --> best performer on bottom and top end.

Randy says to run a straight angled helix and put all your weight on the heel of the weight, but I found that adding a smaller amount of weight on the heel and using the multi angled helix I get better performance and back shifting for mountain riding. Theig main use and application is for drag racing and snocross. For mountain applications you will need a multi angled helix to achieve a good feel.

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