Dennis Norman , Dunno the time . Twin Pre Unit supercharged Triumph , stretched Featherbed .http://www.theaccelerationarchive.co.uk ... _4_72A.jpg
Was in Motorcycle Mechanics ( motorcycle maniacs magazine , around 1970 .still gottit in the scrap book )
IT IS USUAL to use a Two Speed ( O Drive of Rambler in Hogslayer , or Laycock De Norman of say a Jag or Triumph ( car
THEN the problems THE CLUTCH , a slipper as it were , to maintain the r.p.m.s IN the POWERBAND . etc & the like, & suchlike .
Now , if you had Cork friction lineing in the Clutch , it would probably be adequate . Try and Gander at some old Triumph Pre-Unit friction plates .
Theyre light weight , as the cavitiies for the corks prolifigate .
Boil Corks to soften , plug in with teaspoon handle ( blisters after a few sets maybe ) and lathe flat to thickness required .
Fed In progressively ( released ) the feedback & control is unmatchable . Youll only scorch them if you slide it under power if ratios unsuitable .
Theres a thing .