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Old 01-08-2017, 12:43 AM
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Has anyone tried to move the chain case to the same side as the secondary clutch? Or seen anything like this?
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Has anyone tried to move the chain case to the same side as the secondary clutch? Or seen anything like this?
Only on the really old '50's and '60's, bogie wheel suspension sleds. back when they where sub 50 HP.
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The old Diamond Drive was on that side.
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Yes.
But it is a planetary gear drive.
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Im thinking something similar to dd but chain driven. With the gear hooked directly to the secondary clutch
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Im thinking something similar to dd but chain driven. With the gear hooked directly to the secondary clutch
There have been a few over the years, but I'm not aware of any still in production.
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How did the old RMI drive work?

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I have no experience with the RMI, but that was the other one I was trying to think of. I believe it has been out of production for nearly 15-20 years.

It was very similar, except it ran a gear drive similar to a few few aftermarket cam shaft drives (may have indeed been the cam shaft drive setup with a case built for sleds). Big gear in the driveshaft (Cam), small gear on the short Secondary shaft (Crank), and two idler gears that are tied together and float between the large and small gears to keep the rotation the same direction.

My guess is they ceased production due to lack of demand, as you basically needed to build the sled for that drive. Not easily retrofit to an existing chassis.
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FAST built sleds with Polaris motor turned around intake in front pipes on the back clutches on the rights side. If I remember correctly they used a gear drive connecting the secondary clutch through the gear drive to the drive shaft. Was that there's or was it a RMI drive?
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