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#534654 - 03/24/14 3:52 pm Re: crank triggered ignition [Re: Alex]  
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Alex, the answer to the mechanical over rev is called.... a slipper clutch which is not legal in vintage racing.. I did propose an AHRMA rule change for slipper clutches on two strokes, but I doubt anyone understood this has zero performance gain, but a lot of potential safety gain. But a slipper clutch on a 4 stroke (if properly set up) would save engine damage on a mechanical over rev..
Ron

#534664 - 03/24/14 4:26 pm Re: crank triggered ignition [Re: SEATTLE GS]  
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ron this ignition is being used on racing bikes successfully,also although i login on my name arthur it keeps listing me in my wifes name of jennifer

#534666 - 03/24/14 4:38 pm Re: crank triggered ignition [Re: SEATTLE GS]  
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#534714 - 03/24/14 9:36 pm Re: crank triggered ignition [Re: Alex]  
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Originally Posted By: Alex
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I have the a pazon crank triggered ing on my 750 and wouldn't trade it for anything else.Been flawless, easy to time and has a rev limiter built in. nice unit just had to make trigger ect.


'cept the rev limiter doesn't do anything on a missed downshift, does it? which brings us to that tattler feature... grin
missed down shifts, yes your correct but that only happens when its gp shift and rider is clueless. yes that time I loaned out my bike and guy shifted the wrong way, went to 9800 and parts came out :-)


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#534726 - 03/24/14 11:48 pm Re: crank triggered ignition [Re: SEATTLE GS]  
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Let's see.. 4 AHRMA racers have done a back wards shift on my bike.. 2 bent exhaust valves and one broken intake rocker.. ho hum.. I now have my bike set up for all 4 shift patterns.. no excuses..!

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#534730 - 03/25/14 1:19 am Re: crank triggered ignition [Re: SEATTLE GS]  
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I remember the needle bouncing off of 9000 once, when i snapped a rear chain... bloody unnerving!



#542866 - 05/13/14 9:08 am Re: crank triggered ignition [Re: SEATTLE GS]  
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I know a bloke in OZ who makes revlimiters for classic british race bikes , he sometimes posts on here does a good job mostly
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#543046 - 05/14/14 7:06 am Re: crank triggered ignition [Re: dommie90]  
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Originally Posted By: dommie90
I know a bloke in OZ who makes revlimiters for classic british race bikes , he sometimes posts on here does a good job mostly
baz



Yes, i know that bloke,,,,,ex-pommie i wouldn't trust him as far as i could throw him eh???

BTW I've still got a few of those units left.

Nick



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