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Thread: XB12 countershaft 'Pulley'

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    Just from the lightened one? Or the smaller 26t one? I'm super curious.

    3lb/ft isn't much, almost immeasurably small (in a repeatable-wheel-dyno way) but Hell, I'll take it just for the sexy looks

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    It's behind a sprocket cover, can't see it. I know it's there and 10,000 miles is a lot of laps.

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    I think I've stylistically cut open and painted every front sprocket cover on every Buell I've had Just like I pull off the cam belt covers on a Monster

    I think the 10K comment was about the hardened aluminum 26t version, not the PurPony version though..

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    Still working great. No skipping at all. Geared perfect for my slow butt at Thunderhill West in the reverse direction. A bit short on the East side but tolerable. Sonoma up next and it should be just right for that place also. I need new tires, again.

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    Thanks for the update, enquiring minds want to know

    Ahh tires, just bought (4) q3+'s. Ugh. Anyone want to sponsor a slow-but-oh-so-friendly, Bueller? LOL

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    800 bux down the drain but, that's some good rubber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outthere View Post
    Still working great. No skipping at all. Geared perfect for my slow butt at Thunderhill West in the reverse direction. A bit short on the East side but tolerable. Sonoma up next and it should be just right for that place also. I need new tires, again.
    Which pulley did you wind up getting?

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    Aluminum Baker

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    Short and to the point. I type with 1 finger



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