Also a neat thing is the stacked clutch that uses a bunch of plates for high total friction vs a car's clutch that uses a strong spring to achieve the same.
Not only did this immensely increase my knowledge of how a manual gearbox works, but now I wanna drive a manual car. The ratios get progressively smaller up to 4th gear which is 1: I only ever intend on owning electric cars that don't even use gears, automatic or otherwise.
But gear teeth have to be quite precisely shaped to endure transmitting very large forces of contact from one shaft to another. Depending on differential gearing, the wheels will generally spin at a lower RPM than the driveshaft. Every other gear is locked to a shaft. They can be funny, but just consider this.
Same configuration? There should be a sub for this. Having a low ratio low gearing will give the drive side engine maximum leverage but it will have to spin faster to achieve it. No, I tried and died. Are the gears just gently slipping each turn? We won't go hunting you down, but at least be considerate of the creator. It's much more time and cost effective to defer expertise to someone whose job it is to understand these things when you need work done.
I definitely understand transmissions more because of this comment. No need for a synchro to make everything line up nicely - you can even shift without the clutch as long as you let off the gas to take the load off of the gears. They usually consist of two words, and are often hyphenated. Green shaft is the input shaft, coming from the engine. And the transmission ratio i is the ratio of number of teeth on the larger gear to the smaller gear or speed of smaller gear to the larger gear.
The job of motorcycle gear shifting falls on the Shift Forks and Shift Drum to ensure that absolute control and placement of the splined gears be precise and properly timed.
Log in or sign up in seconds. Unless we're talking about reverse, in which case another gear is added in which makes the teal shaft spin the opposite way.
A kenning Old Norse pronunciation: Those are positioned on the real drive shaft, which turns the axle and wheels, but they are not connected to the drive shaft so they spin seperately from it. Want to join?
Rest of the fucking baby 228 comments 2: Higher ratios provide more torque at the cost of lower top speed. I hate it though.