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    omb has 14t and 15t ss max torque ones ..top speep will increase nicely

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    I probably should get a better clutch. I don't know what I have on it now, probably a cheap one.


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    Great job man! Love a good DB!

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    Nice build indeed !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maknwar View Post
    I probably should get a better clutch. I don't know what I have on it now, probably a cheap one.


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    I would suggest 14t

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    I thought about just getting some rear sprockets to play around with since I have the adapter. I hesitate to change the front due to the lack of versatility. I read every tooth in the front changes the rear 3 or four?


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    Oh ....forgot about you having an adapter..not use to that on a db.. yeah one tooth bigger clutch like 4 or so teeth worth
    Last edited by Raskin; 04-22-2017 at 07:36 PM.

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    With that mamba cam, I'd go ahead and order the 53t split sprocket. You got the cam to put that gearing to good work. I just recently did a Max Torque Box Stock Clone 17t clutch on a buddy's Motovox... still using the original 75t rear sprocket, and man, did that thing get with the program...Take-off was decent enough, and by the time you got to about 5mph it really started hauling ass! I had to let out of it, because that mofo would get rolling! And I had only installed Honda 18lb springs in his otherwise stock, de-governed non Hemi Predator. That mamba has great take off power. My daughter's Motovox MBX10 (Build-Off bike) is running a GX200, with a CL1 cam (new design) with a .060 shaved and ported head and big bore carburetor. I put a Hilliard's Extreme Duty 12t clutch running back to a 57t split sprocket. Should know how that rolls within the next week. My DB... has currently got an older Grayhound 5 bolt clone with CL3 cam, .070 shaved and ported head running a 12t ARC Mongrel racing clutch to 12t jackshaft gear, to 15t drive gear back to what is now a 65t split sprocket.(Pictured now with the 67t) Just my opinion and recommendation, but get a 53t sprocket and stick with a 12t clutch, but upgrade it to a quality American made performance unit if it's a China clutch. You definitely get what you pay for with clutches. I would also step up to the RLV gold chain. Less drag and resistance, along with being safer
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    Quote Originally Posted by maknwar View Post
    What do you all think? Isky cam, arc flywheel and rod. Big shout out to @richdalton and @FOMOGO for parts that I needed.






    Nice clean bike! Congratulations on a very well-executed restoration.
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    Very nicely done!

 

 
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