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Unread 12-30-2013, 04:44 PM   #11
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Unread 01-13-2014, 11:52 AM   #12
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CC DS Frame, Honda 450 Twin engine, live axle with electric reverse. Clocked at 55 MPH. Nufin but fun!
Hey where can I read about that electric reverse? Looking for something like this. Thanks Joey!
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Unread 01-17-2014, 04:13 PM   #13
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Well I guess this is about the only place to read up on it since it was a trial and error (more error) home build. Short story, electric starter from a Goldwing (1984 to 87 1200 with sprocket close enough match for a #30 chain). A high current semiconductor relay (I put 2 in parallel). Need to build a pulse with modulated circuit ( I used a 555 timer IC). Now you need a gear clutch of some sort. I used one from Dayton pretty pricey ~400 bucks. Use a cable to engage gear clutch. Set up two motorcycle break light switches on clutch engagement arm. First switch activates PWM to run motor at a slow speed and allow clutch to engage. After clutch engages close the second switch to fully power SCR and rum motor at full speed.

It works but is expensive and a pain in the royal purple to get right. If after reading this you are still interested, I am more than happy to send pictures, schematic and part numbers. Let me know...
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Unread 01-18-2014, 12:47 PM   #14
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Well I guess this is about the only place to read up on it since it was a trial and error (more error) home build. Short story, electric starter from a Goldwing (1984 to 87 1200 with sprocket close enough match for a #30 chain). A high current semiconductor relay (I put 2 in parallel). Need to build a pulse with modulated circuit ( I used a 555 timer IC). Now you need a gear clutch of some sort. I used one from Dayton pretty pricey ~400 bucks. Use a cable to engage gear clutch. Set up two motorcycle break light switches on clutch engagement arm. First switch activates PWM to run motor at a slow speed and allow clutch to engage. After clutch engages close the second switch to fully power SCR and rum motor at full speed.

It works but is expensive and a pain in the royal purple to get right. If after reading this you are still interested, I am more than happy to send pictures, schematic and part numbers. Let me know...
That would be great Thanks joey!
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