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Old 11-10-2010, 11:12 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by Pete640
Just watched the vid - I can see how it works I think?
With the take off from the CS would it be more efficient to run a hydraulic pump to power the front wheel instead of mechanical? More revs = more flow, still taking out the gearing effect..... Just putting it our there.
That would make the kit highly portable, because hoses can be routed around any convoluted frame.
So :
- sprocket (sourced from the output shaft) drives hydraulic pump,
- hydraulic hoses go to hydraulic motor,
- hydraulic motor drives steering head one-way clutch,
- one-way clutch drives front gears

That in fact places us right at the meeting point of the Yamaha technology and the Christini way of doing things.
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