Author Topic: [GPBikes][internal files] different possible ways for chain_pitch an rear_sproc  (Read 2174 times)

janaucarre

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Hello,
I looked at the files of motorcycles and I saw these two parts:
chain_pitch an rear_sproc
and i don't know what is it?

I have some suggestions:
perhaps it's the space between each links of the chain?
Is it the inertia of the chain?
Is it only a parameter for the chain to move, or a condition for we can see the chain moving?

Thank you if anyone has an idea.

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perhaps it's the space between each links of the chain?

This.
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janaucarre

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thank you:)

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OK, but what is the chain_pitch used for ?

Also, what's the rear_sprocket new parameter ?

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what's the rear_sprocket new parameter ?

position of the rear sprocket into rearwheel model.


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what's the rear_sprocket new parameter ?

position of the rear sprocket into rearwheel model.

Yes.
Lateral position of the chain relative to the rear wheel.
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OK, but what is the chain_pitch used for ?

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Maybe this: are you using the chain pitch to deduce the diameter of the front and rear sprocket as a function of their number of teeth ?

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