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Well the Revera guy is wrong. Guy told me it was to help with starting.. The main reason for the compensator is to dampen vibrations in the drive train.. Not sure if scissored wheels fall into that category but heck, they are part of the drive train.. Try driving a bike with high compression motor that don't have one.. You'll understand what I mean.. Max
What is better about the SE Compensator Nut? And Coyote, I can understand substituting the IDS to make smoother running without a compensator nut, but why did you remove it when you went back to the comp nut setup? Did you notice any difference in transmission gear noise with the IDS?
Why did the Motor Co discontinue the using the compensator?
I'm not trying to hijack the thread but I have a question:Why did the Motor Co discontinue the using the compensator? Was 07 the year that they decided to stop using it & then go with the IDS as a fix after the fact?Thanks,Klammer
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