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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-22-2017, 08:02 AM Thread Starter
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Differences between 2017 and 2018 TV

So besides the new colours, the only difference between the tech sheets that I can see is they have changed the Primary drive from 19/36 to 22/41. So not being great on what that means any thoughts on the change in the primary drive.
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... what that means any thoughts on the change in the primary drive.
Here is THE calculator:
http://woodsware.aciwebs.com/gears
Change the values on top right boxes and see

Much faster bike [by 4 kph] at max RPM
and lots of other interesting facto´ds about Up and Down Shift depending of chosen RPM of course

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Wow, thanks for the information. 4km at max rpm must be worth it..😄😄
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maybe it just has to do with bigger gears......maybe less loss
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maybe it just has to do with bigger gears......maybe less loss
Without knowing the possible motivation, it may even be the same diameter gears with finer teeth to reduce some of the NOISE from the transmission??
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Without knowing much about Euro 4 specs. I'd guess it has to do with noise, emissions or F.E.
Either engine (raw), exhaust db at specific rpm/mph-kph, transmission gear or chain/final drive noise.

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