Re: E50 different cut gears

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> Daniel '' Wrote:

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> Straight cut are aftermarket and are 100% the only way to use a drawn

> cup roller bearing instead of a bushing. It just never gets tight enough

> with the standard gear/bell. Reverse cut gears were made for 3 bearing

> engines, since they load the main gear outwards they don’t need the

> inner bearing on the main gear. Supposedly the 3 bearing case crank

> bearings last longer, but idk about that. Pretty much any of the

> homoet/simo high rpm piped puchs usually roast the crank bearings in a

> few thousand miles. Too bad even “quality” brands like skf and fag are

> made in Taiwan and China now.

Kinda like with Daniel is saying they should’ve made the crank bearings like they do on a Za50 that support side loads and what’s nice on a za50 is a clutch cover bearing supports the clutch bell though I wish instead of a bushing on crank in the clutch bell it was a needle bearing Instead

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