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Discussion in 'Mods, Upgrades, Accessories and Products' started by mk3golfcab, Nov 26, 2019.
I’d love one, just can’t afford it yet
Never heard of this. Can someone please post a picture and/or a link?
Also, how does it work?
Also, thanks guys, for "making" me spend more money in things I didn't knew I "needed".
Same here mate, blame @mk3golfcab LOL
I blame the rest of you!
Don’t forget the chain guard @F1CT1C10U5
What chain guard?
these bad boys
I'll pass on those. Prefer the carbon fiber I have on now.
Mr postman arrived today with my support...its not out of the bag yet but sweeties were fine
What colour did you go for mr J?
It's in the photo!!
Too bad the inner ring is always green... Would have preferred Red or Black, but I guess it won't really be visible once mounted.
In my defence, I am an idiot! Red looks good mate
The bag of sweeties did have some red on it
Well thats it fitted and all play from the shaft has gone. Should make a difference when shifting but considering my exhaust is laying in pieces it will get tested later.
One point to note is the capscrew it was supplied with would only have made up a couple of threads at most. It was far too short so i fitted a different one to give the same make up of thread engagement as the OEM bolt, which was around 1/2”
The white seen between the interfaces is surplus ceramic grease that I packed the roller bearing with before it was fitted.
I would really love to see an engineer's report displaying how much 'flex' these supports reduce. We're talking a shaft of approx half inch mild or tempered steel over a distance of 2 - 3 inches. How much 'flex' could there possibly be?
Might there be a case for thinking that these supports merely provide the rider a placebo effect of more positive gear changes? Perhaps @Jez might be able to illuminate?
My bike will be moving into the workshop for Christmas, I think a test is required.
Looks great Jimbob