|The second generation of the new Flying Roller II is upgraded again|
The shortcomings of the old beads have been improved
Let’s start by analyzing the old beads of the previous generation
Let’s learn what the new Flying Roller II has improved
You can see the setting of the original bead
The upper end (pressing plate side) and the front end (end of the pull plate slide) of the beads are small.
Put the beads into any pull plate to get the lowest and highest gears.
※The first generation of beads is at the lowest point
|Because the first generation of beads shrinks in size on the side of the platen|
So you can make the Pulley plate move to the right side of the pressure plate.
Get a smaller belt gear
※When running to medium speed
|Because the first generation of beads shrinks the size of the beads on the side of the pressure plate|
It is equal to the beads from the bottom end to the end
They all use a relatively low opening to push the Puli plate
Let the gear always be one gear lower than the ball
※When running to the end
It can be seen that the round beads have pushed the Puli plate to the end, and the first generation of beads has reduced the size of the front end of the bead,
so it can be seen that the first generation of beads has a chance to push the Puli plate again.
Raise Pulipan by another gear
But you can also find the position of the red arrow on the right. If it is a ball press plate, it will start to bite the ball.
If it is the first generation of beads, it will not be eaten by the press plate and can continue to hold the press plate.
The first generation of beads pushes the Puli plate to its maximum
The first generation of beads can indeed push the gear of the Puli plate to the maximum in the settingBut there will be a few problems when pushing it to the maximum
> If the gear is too large, the engine power is not enough to drive the gear that is too large, and the tail rotation will be reduced.
> Excessive displacement of the beads may be on the Pulley plate corresponding to the extended slide
The gear will be raised again, and the engine will be turned down again.
> Looking at the red arrow, you can see that the beads have reached the farthest position,
And the position where the bead slides out has exceeded the normal line of the overlap between the pressure plate and the bead,
This kind of thing does not necessarily happen, but it will happen from time to time and it will be very troublesome.
> Because the bead runs too far, the moment you close the throttle, let the bead suffer
To, the force from the feedback of the Puly plate and the pressure plate makes the beads themselves produce more or less
Rotational inertia, and make the first generation of beads overturned.
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