CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby 23t » Mon Apr 25, 2011 4:55 pm

pro70z28 wrote:One goota' thing about gettin' old and having memory loss is everything seems new and exciting, ..........even if you just did it a few minutes ago. :D :D :D


Another good way to look at it!!! 8) :lol: :lol: I knew I could count on you guys to get me through this!! :lol:
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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby 23t » Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:09 pm

Here's the 540 (Joker) cart Zappy. Still have more detail work to do. But I had built the 440 Yamaha a couple years back. It was a extra backup cart. I sold it to a friend not long ago and he came up with the idea to paint the carts with the Batman and Joker. What were shooting for doing some exhibition wheelstanding match races. Or take them to car shows and do some one wheel tire smoking burnouts. The guy that painted the bodies does some excellent air brush work for the price. Amazing!



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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby stimpy » Mon Apr 25, 2011 8:09 pm

23t wrote:
wheelzman wrote:Daryl, I'm 25 in my mind, 65 on the body. Body listens to mind and says "Does not compute!" :D

Body has to do what your Garmin keeps saying, Recalulate-Recalculate....... :shock: :lol:



Hahahhahaha!!!!! How often do you have to retrace your steps? Sometimes i'll be working on a cart, walk 15' to my toolbox to get a tool and forget what I went there to get. :roll: Then have to go back and think what tool was I needing!! Is oldtimers starting to set in???



I'm getting so bad I have to write myself notes when I go to the toolbox .
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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby Zappy » Tue Apr 26, 2011 1:02 am

Love the fire commin out the zoomies on the side. 8) 8) Wheelstand match race is GREAT, and the car showes.
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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby Rapid Randy Baker » Tue Apr 26, 2011 9:21 am

Very cool, like the theme! 8)
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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby Zappy » Wed May 11, 2011 11:27 pm

Say Daryl, any news on the 750 super cart???
did the shifter work ??? - 750 cc's how much HP do they put out ???? are ya near testing yet??? Noise...at 13,000rpm I bet you get the noise you want.
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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby 23t » Thu May 12, 2011 4:54 am

Zappy wrote:Say Daryl, any news on the 750 super cart???
did the shifter work ??? - 750 cc's how much HP do they put out ???? are ya near testing yet??? Noise...at 13,000rpm I bet you get the noise you want.


Long way to go till testing. The engine/swingarm is bolted to the chassis and the rear struts are mounted. It's going to be a hardtail!! Tested the shift setup while the engine was still in the bike. It worked there so it should work in the cart. Just like a bike though, will either have to let off the throttle for a split second or slip the clutch so it will ingage into the next gear.

HP? From what I read the 750 puts out 118hp @ 11,500rpm. 57.9 ft.lbs @ 9500 RPM. :D
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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby stimpy » Thu May 12, 2011 5:00 am

for the shifter to work we used to set a relay up so when you hit the shifter switch it killed the ignition for a split sec and allowed the gears to change without load on them ( you want to interrupt the coil circuit only ) . it doesn't take much as the gear faces are dogged to do this . but only on the upshift side . your still going to have to use a manual clutch to down shift as your going to have to raise the rpms otherwise you will skid the tires . could rig a foot cluch like a peterbilt as they are on the floor instead of the firewall and cable operated .
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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby 23t » Thu May 12, 2011 7:27 am

kill? This bike had the kick stand kill so I wired it up to the shifer upshift relay so that when I hit the shift button it kills the engine. Not for sure but that should be hooked to the coils, right?
And yes, got what you mean on how the Pete clutch is. This is direct chain drive to the input shaft on the rear so I'm going to fab a clutch pedal and linkage. With using the hand lever from the bike if I can. It's going to be tight at the front of the engine. Accel cables, brake cables, clutch cable and radiator hoses. That all will be close to the zoomie pipes. Plan is to wrap the pipes with header wrap so I don't need to worry about anything melting. But I've never used the stuff before so I hope that works.
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Re: CCM's Next Wheelstander Build

Postby stimpy » Thu May 12, 2011 7:24 pm

I boo boo'd next page please ... :mrgreen:
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