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Motorcycle Sprocket Design
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Posted by: cheeaun

07/29/2006, 11:39:58

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Hi i'm looking for any information about the design of motorcycle sprocket.

Is there any one giving some information about that and any website or web page or may be other source of getting the knowledge about the sprocket design.
Especially the calculation of the peak speed and torque of the sprocket.

Your helps is hugely appreciated







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07/30/2006, 11:41:02

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You do realize that the current state of the art is to use a treaded belt, don't you. There are so many advantages. Smooth, quiet, MUCH less dangerous, less sprung weight, less expensive, less stretch, the list goes on. ..and if I'm not mistaken, I believe I read that they are actually lasting longer.




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Posted by: cheeaun cling1007

07/31/2006, 10:02:31

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thanks for your reply.

actually i had heard that before but i'm going to involved in a project about the motorcycle sprocket design that using the conventional sprocket. besides that i'm just looking for the information for purpose of preparing for the task.








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