Tried that one.
Won't do a thing to free up the drive train tho.
Get seals out of bearings,flush them with alcohol or brakecleaner and use a light(i use LRP bearing oil) oil in the bearings.
Spin them arround to find out if they move freely and if so put seals back.
You will see that the drive train will be a lot smoother.
It also depends on what belts you are running.
The small normall belts run the smoothest as the wide armid belts have the most resistance.
Bad part is that you need to change the belts more often if you use the small normall belts.
Also the alloy belt pulleys do tend to wear faster then the plastic pulleys and then they rip your belts appart.
I don't know if any one is running ceramic bearings and how these perform in the TM??
Originally Posted by Jochim_18
How to free Up your drive train? I was thinking of using 18 tooth Middle pulley this way you have more tension on the front and rear belt without using a belt tensioner and preventing the belt to slip what do you guys think?