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i AM TRYING TO FIND A GOOD WAY TO ATTACH A STICK SHIFTER ONTO A MOTORCYLE ENGINE. fOR USE IN A OFFROAD GO CART. IF YOU KNOW OF A WAY OR PLANS THEY WILL BE GREATLY ACCEPTED. THANX
-- ???? (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 23, 2003
If you are thinking of a stick shifter like in a car with 6 positions (1-5 and reverse), then you cant because of the nature of how motorcycle transmissions work. What u can do is to route the shifter (and clutch, unless its a centrifugal clutch) up to where u drive from with the clutch as a pedal, like a manual car(3 peadals), and put the gear shifter as a lever that is just forward and back instead of up and down like the motorcycle. You of course wont have reverse because motorcycle transmissions dont have it, but you will be able to change gears, just 1st forward and 2-5 back (assuming its a five speed) This would make it appear like a car but in reality your "stick shifter" would just be foward and back
-- Jeff (IM_A_NERD_88@hotmail.com), May 26, 2003.
Your caps lock is on!!!
-- wbt (email@example.com), June 16, 2003.
just cut an average size branch off of a tree.. cover one side in vasoline and ask your girlfriend to slide it up her...bum hole..he he then ride on her back.. shift all u want!! climb rocks and stuff if ur interested in offroading!!
-- eatmy bummm (?????@hotmail.com), June 17, 2003.
dude if know any thing about harleys use a modified jockey shift
-- tim age 15 (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 07, 2003.
harlys suck the big penis,you can put a jocky shift on a harly you dope head, the harley shifter is way up there
-- harlys suck (Harlyssuck@funkudot.com), September 14, 2003.