Yes, I think its very clever the way the torque curve/power curve feed into each other for cvt use.I am surprised at the power and smoothness of the B400 in urban stop-and-go combined with ease of use on the highway and bumper-to-bumper traffic.
That's very low RPMs and good speed with those modifications.My cruising speeds are about this:
No matter how hard I push it, i cant get my bike higher than 6500rpms
Now granted this is after I upgraded with 20g sliders not roller weights. Malossi variator. Kevlar belt. Malossi clutch and bell and contra spring. Leo Vince exhaust.
I have done many cross state trips. I moto camp regularly with my burgy. Next summer I am planning for ocean to ocean trip.
I was going to change out my coolant for the first time this year and while doing that check the variator, clutch and change the gear oil while I'm in there. It just got so hot here in Vegas and I got lazy so probably September. So far no problems.Thats the correct rpm you have 6k for 60 7k for 70.
If tou do your own maintenance check that the pulleys dont have grooves in them from wear and tear. Usually after time the front pulleys at high speed will create frooves which means the belt cant ride up higher and youll need to rev it higher to get rhe same speed
Btw Fester.speaking of sliders
. How is the motoritec sliders holding up? The little edge taba are still intact? How are rhe stats?
Interesting...I contacted scooterpartsco last week asking if they had a malossi variator and 20g DP sliders in stock and received this reply.Now granted this is after I upgraded with 20g sliders not roller weights. Malossi variator. Kevlar belt. Malossi clutch and bell and contra spring. Leo Vince exhaust.