Converting Low Speed Transmission To Taller Gearing?

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Re: Converting Low Speed Transmission To Taller Gearing?

Post by dieseltoy » Sat Feb 10, 2018 7:27 pm

David Dunn wrote: The engine does run well? Revs easily and without hesitation?
It seems to run ok, but not having any experience with these motors I would not know if it was sub-par.
A full tune up and valve adj. are on the long list of things to do before I drive it again.

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Re: Converting Low Speed Transmission To Taller Gearing?

Post by edzz » Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:10 pm

Very possible that the speedo was originally for kph and has had the face replaced to to indicate mph however the odometer will still read in kilometers. Kinda confusing to reed that. :?
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Re: Converting Low Speed Transmission To Taller Gearing?

Post by undysworld » Sun Feb 11, 2018 6:34 am

Quite some while back, somebody sent me a few speedos and parts to try and get one going. One was essentially complete and running, but it read very slow. IIRC, I was told it was from a Mog, but it looked exactly like a Pinz speedo. It definitely had a different gearing that others.

I don't know if I've still even got it around or not. If I can find it, I'll look for some numbers on it.
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