I was just wondering if anyone has changed the 17 front countershaft sprocket to a 18 on their Iron cyclinder bike. ...... What I really would like to know is if anyone has went to the 18, and if it turned the bike into a dog for take off. Thanks Hutch
Thanks everyone, I really appreciate the info. The Savage has the 8.5 compression and higher torque like the Electra and It worked out great on it. I thought that with the lower compression and torque on theClassic it might not work out so well. I guess I will just have to buy a new Electra(what a shame) for higher cruising speed, and use the Classic for secondary roads. The Savage already fits the bill, but I would rather sell it and have 3 Enfields counting my 67 Interceptor. Once again, THANK YOU all Hutch
What I really would like to know is if anyone has went to the 18, and if it turned the bike into a dog for take off. I have been changing and playing with gear ratios on cars and bikesfor years ,so I know the trade offs, I just need to know if anyone has done it, and how it performed. Thanks Hutch
My dad had a Interceptor, along with a BSA Lighting Rocket, BSA Gold Star, Triumph Mountain Cub and the truly ugly (but I wish I had today) MV Augusta Touring Bike.Liked the Enfield the best by far. That's why I bought myself one as a retirement present. Traded in the gold watch. I'm retired what do I need a watch for, stupid retirement giftEnfield is much better.By the way what do you want for the 441, I always wanted one!
I even plan on going to the right side shift on my Classic and the Electra if I decide to get one. Hutch
I need to get me one of those Interceptors..
I have no money until January - I only get paid twice a year..
Is it possible to go to a smaller sprocket on the wheel instead of a larger one on the counter shaft? Or both?
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