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    Saw this in Popular science mag, sharing with Pakwheelers.


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    Source: Popular Science magazine January 2007

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    (y)....very nice!
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    indeed nice information...never heard it b4 especially in two wheelers but best for motocross fans
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    i like

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    Way too expensive

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    its an amazing technology...but will it also be applied on road bikes?
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    I am skeptical, I have my doubts. Coz in 4wd cars all the wheels work due to weight on them but a bike is very light in the front and during dirt bike races due to the acceleration the wheel is bearly touching the ground.

    So I have to see it to believe it.
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    well it says that the power will be only delievered to the front \wheel oncce the rear loose traction i.e. spins......
    its all about power to weight ratio...

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    @ghuncha
    If you have ridden a Dirt bike in the likes of RM, YZ or CR then you would know what I am talking about. The rear wheel is always looking for traction and hence the amount dirt it misplaces.

    But guess what Yamaha has a similar system built in conjunction with Ohlins on their production bikes since 2006 on the WR450F
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    Some close up pics of the system and where it is nestled.

    Making room for this gearbox is one of the big modifications to the frame.
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    The special Talon hub with one-directional clutches is not only functional, but beautiful as well. Everything on the Christini kit is well crafted.
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    Yamaha WR450F 2 trac

    All Wheel drive bike kit -693553
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    cant they use Phenumatic (Hydraulic) power whick is easily transferable thru pipes

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