Version ” In Stock 9” x 11” pages Spiral-bound B Title: Guzziology A Guide to Moto Guzzi V-Twin Binding: Spiral-bound. Number of photos: Page 4 of 8 – Sticking clutch? – posted Guzziology quotes a fast bike that uses an old Eldo clutch, that’s maybe twice the weight of a V11 one. guzziology 8 0 pdf reader. Quote. Postby Just» Tue Aug 28, am. Looking for guzziology 8 0 pdf reader. Will be grateful for any help! Top.
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I am thinking the best dimensioning we could derive to adapt the 6speed pushrod to the 5speed push button is to yuzziology the diameter of a 5speed pushrod: An alternative is to ream out the RAM’s 5-speed clutch button to accommodate the 6-speed rod. If a machinist has both parts in-hand, they will know what to do.
Yet another alternative is to somehow get hold of a RAM 6-speed push button and replace the 5-speed. I think these are pressed into the RAM clutches. Enlarging any “push button” would best be done with an end mill, not a drill bit.
One of the greatest things about the RAM guzzology is it comes complete, assembled, and balanced. Taking it apart to change the push button defeats those advantages. The OD is 8. The machined length of the actuator end is maybe 0. I suspect that if I get it machined so that it’s symmetrical it will fit in nicely.
Just to clarify, my reference to drill bits was meant for measuring the hole only. I’m no machinist, but I do wonder if the push-button can be machined without being removed. I have a spare input gear that guzzioolgy with my Ram clutch.
Didn’t use it because the one in Scura was still good. If you get this figured out I’d like a matching set for future use.
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. My understanding is that the 5speed input hub won’t work on the V11 6speed because the gearbox input shaft has different splines. So, the input hub supplied with the RAM “5speed” complete clutch is incompatible with the V11 6speed. Perhaps, the common 2-plate input hub could be “milled down”, but we haven’t gone there yet. It’d be easier if we were sitting around a table with all the parts spread out – and if there was still some room on the table for.
I’ve posted this before. It’s been on epay over a year. He only has 1 feedback, so who knows? It’s the correct one. There weren’t washers on my oem flywheel bolts, and the RAM kit didn’t include any. Nothing on the instructions either. Soooo, That seller only has one feedback because here in the NL, there is not much use of Ebay.
I know the guys is reliable and a real enthousiast. I’m liking this idea of the low inertia RAM. It will take some getting use to, as the engine braking will be reduced.
I eally like the fact that it is entirely assembled and balanced as delivered Good point that last one. The problem was a loose guzsiology hub. Fasten it correctly and ride it. You would not have taken it apart just now if it wasn’t for that problem.
Maybe toss in some fresh clutch springs since you’re there. I rather like the RAM clutch, however. And they do make replacement friction plates that are the same for 5 and 6 speed clutches. Engine braking is a function of compression, not clutch mass.
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Started By doccJul 15 Carlsbad, CA My bike s: If ya’ll keep this up, I’ll be needin some. Docc, you can read me? Don’t 80 this route.
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The standard V11 clutch assembly is already on the lower edge mass-wise. If you want to put some more dynamics into your ride then better invest in lighter wheels. These infact are too massy. Engine braking will not guzziologh reduced, it will be increased. Pulse loads on the drive train won’t be reduced, they’ll be increased. Clutch problems wont be reduced – think you get the picture from here on.
guzziology 8 0 pdf converter
Idle won’t be improved. Spare situation won’t be improved Guzziology quotes a fast bike that uses an old Eldo clutch, that’s maybe twice the weight of a V11 one. He seemed quite happy with it. Or you just stick the parts together and have fun with your V11 as it is. Don’t know why this option usually is so grossly underestimated. Main point for me was an 8 hour drive, and then having all the parts I needed.
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