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Author: ZacCollin

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Date added: 2010-06-11

Rating: 5.6

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Now i think all of the parts are there i just have to work on making it more stable and work a bit better to give the axle more torque at first and more speed later. or i could leave it up to you


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Gold and brown represents motor to torque converter
Red and gold represents Torque converter
green chain represents the transmission to axle


Borrowed parts from Paradigm 29's - CVT from hell*
(check it out if you haven't already)
Last edited at 2010/06/14 23:23:09 by ZacCollin
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That's not a torque converter, it's a centrifugal clutch with what looks like a continuously variable transmission...
true but it will be one as a finished product.
and I'm no engineer but CVTs and TCs Seem to contain a lot of the same ideas and principles to transfer energy. and i give your unfinished comment 1/10 as well.
That's cool. The principle of automatic transmissions :tup:
859 detail could be very laggy...
could you explain what that is and how to change it? i'm still pretty new to this.