Originally posted by InitialD
I think I get what you mean... Less inertia from the front wheels means front wheels turn easier when power is applied. But how does the front wheels rotate more than the rear when both are doing the same rollout and especially when both front and rear wheels and interconnected from the same drive train and power comes from the same source?
Well, try 1/8 first you will understand what I feel
Its like where the front go, the rear will follow.
In 710, using 46T diff with 2.5mm split I can have that feeling but not with 45T / 1mm split.
BTW, maybe you can ask "Serpent guys" to reproduce 46T diff, the ratio is right in the middle of 21T (2spd)pulley.
Yeah, truly I hate it so much but somebody got to do it..
(Hey, Im not Tina Turner fans
p/s too : How come ?? should be less 1 Meha item ?