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Hi, I have an Etek on my motorcycle project. I have heard that the
timing of the magnets is adjustable via the slots in the magnet plates.
I have no use for reverse (I think that was the point of "neutrally
timing" it) so I want to know if there is an torque or speed advantage
and which way to go with them? Thanks,
Jeff K. Burbank, CA "Deep Cycle" and "Bike to the Future"

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Darin Gilbert from BadFish Racing (BFR) and owner of a
the Pirahna did a short description of it in the blog
section of electricmotorcycles.net

http://electricmotorcycles.net/modules/weblog/details.php?blog_id=83

He was advancing and retarding timing to sync two
eteks for the quarter mile.

Lyle

--- "Jeffrey P. Kloth" <[email protected]> wrote:

> Hi, I have an Etek on my motorcycle project. I
> have heard that the
> timing of the magnets is adjustable via the slots in
> the magnet plates.
> I have no use for reverse (I think that was the
> point of "neutrally
> timing" it) so I want to know if there is an torque
> or speed advantage
> and which way to go with them? Thanks,
> Jeff K. Burbank, CA "Deep Cycle" and "Bike to the
> Future"
>
> _______________________________________________
> For subscription options, see
> http://lists.sjsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/ev
>



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