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Confederate Transmissions..

..are closer to the engine (shorter primary, 2" 8mm belt); flipped up ninety degrees so the shafts (engine, countershaft, and swingarm pivot) are in a straight (180*) and tight line; and rotated 180* to the axis of the bike, which puts the output shaft on the rightside (balancing the torque, as transfered from the motor to the trans on the left side - thus, no torque twist under power or deceleration); and finally, an outboard bearing/housing (w/hydraulic clutch slave cylinder) eliminates any shaft flex or wobble. Internal gears are by Andrews (close ratio, back-cut); the trans housing is cnc'ed by Confederate in Abita Springs, LA. Drag race teams have tried unsuccessfully to acquire this trans; but Mat Chambers (CEO) won't sell it... unless it's in a bike.
 
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