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Spt0766k6sk Robert Bimrose

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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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December 2017

Robert Bimrose   AUS — Posted on The CycleKart Club
Friday December 8, 2017 2:36 PM

Looking good

Looking good.

Superb engineering

Superb engineering.....

The Honda leaning post of power all 6 5 hp

The Honda; leaning 'post' of power all 6.5 hp!

Okay a little stylised but one has too start wit

Okay a little 'stylised' but one has too start with a concept.

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Member Comments on Journal Entry: December 2017   ↵
2017-12-09 21:54:25 # 46826
Comment by Rick Eggers
Looks good, but why dual master cylinders if you don't have front brakes?
2018-04-19 04:46:09 # 49764
Comment by Darryl B
Sorry Rick, I did not notice the question before. With the differential I wanted equal braking on both rear wheels instead of a disc on the differential body I put two discs, one on each axle. The benefit of that over the disc on the differential is that braking loads ( torque) is NOT transmitted through the diff but direct to the wheels. My concern was that although the peerless diff is rated to 10 HP so safe enough for the Honda brake loads might easily exceed that. So long story short two discs, two calipers so I decided to get some redundancy with each one having it's one MC. Probably a bit over engineered but so is the rest of it!
2018-04-19 07:52:03 # 49765
Comment by Rick Eggers
Makes perfect sense. Kart is looking good!

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