- Nov 24, 2014
Whenever I discuss things like this with my friend/mentor, he says I missed something. It ran when it left the factory. So, yeah, BTDT!
Where are your forks?I've got two like this running right now and they're both making about 300-315 degrees of rotation. There's plenty of power available, provided it's going where you want it to go.
I see the top of the anchor pin is curled, which I’ve never seen before. I also see minimal clearance between it and the fork tines. Am I seeing something in the photo that isn’t really there?That looks like a lot of space between the fork tines. That could result in a loss of power.
Lower the fork until it flutters then back up 1mm that should give you the optimal position, but even two clocks the same can have the fork in a different place .Where is your fork on the conventional? I don't think that's my problem, but a couple times after moving it, I thought it was going to run, but I was wrong.