It's a parts bike I'm stuffing a Predator into. Never had an engine in my hands. Guys that built these on YouTube are running 10T driven and 45T rear off the TAV2. Not sure why guy above is saying 75-100 is necessary.Wow. I guess you really do need to replace that rear sprocket. I could surf on the curves in those folded over teeth. Was the chain skipping teeth under load when you rode it last?
MathNot sure why guy above is saying 75-100 is necessary.
Simple, The torque converter adds 10% overdrive in top gear. Add that to the RPM in the calculator.I don't see how that calculator works when you have a CVT trans though. Please explain.