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Old 10-15-2019, 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by J.S.@SMS View Post
First, I thought band and scrub brakes were the most common. Second, I don't think many gokarts came stock with differentials. Third, comet torque converters usually only increase speed by a few miles per hour, though they do increase torque. And don't most race karts use a racing centrifugal clutch? Fourth, larger clutch sprockets do increase speed, but at some point you'll just be burning the clutch. Fifth ish, do I even need to talk about welding on sprockets, sheesh. Is it just me, or does it seem like this guy knows very little about mechanics.
If it's from China, then nope.

I can't figure out how they confuse a differential and essentially a spool (live axle) that the mass majority of karts have.
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