RatsMC wrote:Really can't thank you enough for taking the time to share this all with us. I'm still sorting out in my head how this is all going to work but having this information as reference is brilliant.
oldboyonrgv wrote:Yea... Its all plumbed and wired datalogging is hooked up along with Ignition unit all debugged and tested, can't show you much because some stuff on there is a little different to everyone else. Have no fear the first complete pistures will appear here first. As soon as I can share more I will.
dave pearce wrote:One fact regarding Valencia 125/Moto was the failure to qualify of the very professional French
Martial Garcia team. It is now obvious that a Moto X derived engine is a complete waste of time.
To suggest otherwise is being disingenuous in the extreme.It gives me no pleasure to say this as I have designed and built many Race winning Moto X engined road racers. BUT this was for club type
events. THIS (Moto3) is the REAL thing.
Cam D wrote:Dave, what makes do you feel are the MX motor can't be converted. Crank weight? Love to have your thoughts on both style of engine. I read of a similar issue tuning YZ125 MX motors to race in lay down road race carts.
oldboyonrgv wrote:Anyway, Plumbed the watersystem up on Saturday, tested the control system by heat cycling using a hot air blower, after a bit of pfaffing about it all worked fine (sensor mounting etc), then moved on to mounting the front fork linear sensor, because of the radiator shroud I had to off set the bottom of the sensor down a piece of 20MM carbon angle soon sorted that out. Rear sensor was also fitted, once again carbon fibre brackets had to be fabricated. One thing I did run into was that the batteries we are using(the bike runs total loss) have an odd output voltage, so I have had to work out a way to drop the voltage across the water pump controller or it has a fit!! parts should be here today for that.
I will take some photos tomorrow
dave pearce wrote:What you have just said borders on spam
Don't fancy euro supermono on 690KTM Tigcraft?
not as daft as it sounds.
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