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Took my annual trip up mt Washington last Sunday. The video is alittle boring and visibility was non exsitant at the top... Enjoy
[ame=http://vimeo.com/69056589]Mt Washington on Vimeo[/ame]
Here's a few more with more trail riding
[ame=http://vimeo.com/68136466]june 9th on Vimeo[/ame]
[ame=http://vimeo.com/67529891]june 1st on Vimeo[/ame]
[ame=http://vimeo.com/67513959]alton on Vimeo[/ame]
Hey guys,I just installed another motor in my 02 Vinson Auto. and am having problems with the clutch not releasing when I come to a stop, it will keep chugging along at idle. Also get alot of chatter from the clutch cover area. So far I have tried both the primary and secondary clutches from the old motor which were working fine, I have tried the old belt, I have removed the wet clutch and inpected it and it looks fine. Any suggestion? anyone else ever come accross this problem? Thanks
Make sure to get out to Perris Auto Speedway this Saturday, September 12th to watch it all hang out on the line for the FINAL race of the Mickey Thompson/Kalgard Lubricants SXS Stadium Series presented by Skin IndustriesThe racing provided at the Mickey Thompson/Kal Gard Lubricants SXS Series presented by Skin Industries is great family entertainment for all ages. With so many divisions at this
I thought this was a good articles.
Beltless Auto Transmission In Development
Fallbrook Technologies Inc., a pioneering technology development company, announced that it has entered into an agreement with Aftermarket Technology Corp. (ATC) to develop a production design for a continuously variable planetary (CVP) drivetrain based on Fallbrook's breakthrough NuVinci technology. CVP applications are expected for ATVs and utility vehicles as well as other outdoor power equipment like lawn & garden tractors.
ATC is the world's largest independent drivetrain remanufacturer. It currently manufactures NuVinci drivetrains used in bicycles, electric scooters and other applications.
The NuVinci CVP uses a set of rotating and tilting balls positioned between the input and output components of a transmission that tilt to vary the speed of the transmission. Tilting the balls changes their contact diameters and varies the speed ratio. The company claims NuVinci technology is the most practical, economical and universally adaptable continuously variable transmission (CVT) for human-powered and motor-powered vehicles and machines.
Advertisement Under terms of the agreement, Fallbrook will provide the engineering services necessary to develop a production NuVinci CVP for a wide range of segments and applications in the OPE market. ATC will then be responsible for manufacturing and marketing.
"The outdoor power equipment market has for years been looking for affordable, advanced transmission technology," said William Klehm III, president and CEO of Fallbrook. "Together with ATC, we're building a market-ready NuVinci drivetrain that will enable the design of a whole new generation of vehicles."
Currently, there are significant CVP implementation discussions underway with several major manufacturers in the OPE industry.