Maybee I read something wrong....
But... The little adjustment slider that is on the front of the gear gets samwiched between the bolt and sprocket when you torque it down to the cam?
I might have learned something wrong somewhere down the line, but I always thought we put a washer under the heads of bolts to devide the pressure of torquing the bolt down among 4 surfaces instead of two...
So... We have the factory bolt, then the slider on the adjustable gear, and then the actual sprocket being samwiched togeather... Wouldn't that effectively turn the adjustable part of the sprocket into a washer of sorts, and devide the compression force of the bolt between more surfaces?
I'm no expert here, but it still doesn't seem confidence inspiring enough for me... Its MUCH better looking than the Fidanza gears, yet I think I'll stick to removing some mass from the keyway.
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Last edited by Silenced; 02-15-2008 at 12:45 PM.