CYBORG wrote:new O ring chains are supposed to eliminate that. I know that it is a more efficient transfer of power. But if you want chain drive, why buy a Goldwing. Might be easier to replace the Goldwing engine with a Harley engine,.....or just buy a chain drive bike
rcmatt007 wrote:so anyway.... my Morgan 3 wheeler has a V-twin mounted sideways and a mazda 5 speed transmission and a LOOOOOOONG shaft
ericheath wrote:So how would the output shaft and bearings hold up to a sprocket and chain if you mounted the motor sideways?? .
dontwantapickle wrote:SnoBrdr wrote:Isn't that an HD motor?
and a car transmission.
a totally irrelevant contribution to this thread.
Track T 2411 wrote:Not really totally irrelevant. Just another example of what's possible with a little 'out of the box' thinking.
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