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Allan G, Gordon Gray, Semper Gumby
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#823167 09/10/2020 2:00 PM
by Semper Gumby
Semper Gumby
...dual plug an A65?

Looks impossible.
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#823170 Sep 10th a 02:39 PM
by GrandPaul
I think you'd get more response if the thread was titled "How to double-plug an A65?"
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#823394 Sep 11th a 08:35 PM
by Mike Baker
Mike Baker
Bill, I love you, man. But all the dual plug heads and belt drives in the world aren't going to make you a better racer. It's all great in theory and tons of fun to have when it all comes together but there are serious development steps to get around. Ask me how I know. My unsolicited advice is to get a reliable bike first and work hard on technique. The guys out there riding circles around us have many years more experience honing their craft than we do. A bone stock bike is going to allow you to work on Yourself more than a hot rod that you spend more time fixing than riding. As your working years are now behind you, you have an opportunity to get a lot of track time. Get on it like flys on poop!
Peace and love
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#823397 Sep 11th a 08:48 PM
by Mike Baker
Mike Baker
At CMP last weekend, Jake, Dave Spanger and I all had fast laps right at 2:01. Difference was that Jake and Dave put down more 2:01's than I did.
All our bikes are putting out within a couple HP of each other and we're all capable of cutting a fast lap. Consistency and reliability wins.
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#823385 Sep 11th a 06:34 PM
by konon
You Might look into a outrigger bearing on crank. Think Mark Parker and Allen G both use one.
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