seriously???? FOG I'm just going to say that you probably know more about this motor than the guys that engineered it.FOG said:No, as the material is not only on 1 side but almost all the way round. The first gen wheel are configured this way. I never checked the balance on one but I could. all the ones I have done (5 or 6) seem to be fine with no more than normal vibes. I will check the balance on the next one I do.
The picture show how I usually balance cranks with the flywheel attached
He knows WAY more than they do, and certainly would have designed a much better motor. and odds are it'd be called a CBR500RR and say HONDA.racinfast002 said:seriously???? FOG I'm just going to say that you probably know more about this motor than the guys that engineered it.
you are the man fog... iv been calling salvage yards all over the country today looking for a 2nd gen flywheel and everyone that iv talked to iv had to argue that i can modify it to work, but they keep saying that the 2nd gens won't work lol cheapest I found was $150...are the flywheels from the bikes you listed the same as the 1st gen or 2nd? and are there certain years of the bikes?FOG said:FYI these are the bikes that use the same rotor :Kawasaki: ER5, GPZ500,GPZ1100, Z1000J