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  1. Hi Will,

    nice tool, I’ve had an interesting time playing with it (particularly, I’ve been trying to figure out the potential effects of bodging an XR125 bottom end and gearbox onto my CG125, and how I might want to re-gear the chain; or what swapping outright to a CBF250 may do for me), but I think there are some problems with the data that may need to be looked at?

    EG just looking at some of the other Hondas out of idle curiosity, I’ve found some funny things going on. The SH125i, which I’ve ridden as a loaner and know to be a CVT bike that has trouble going much faster than 100~105km/h, is listed as a 4-speed that can do more than 130k.

    Or the CBR125R lightweight sports both has little more power than the CG/XR and less than the SH scooter (13hp, vs 11 and 14), but also crazy gearing: the ratios are super-tight despite it being 6-speed, 1st gear is good for about 100km/h (with the 1-2 shift being at almost 95), and it reaches max speed in 3rd, with the 3-4, 4-5 and 5-6 shifts happening at speeds it can’t even reach. The XR dirtbike, SH scooter and CG utility bike all accelerate about twice as hard as it, because they are almost all up into top gear whilst it’s still in first, with almost exactly the same engine, weight and aero drag. The ratios are listed as ranging from 1.875 down to 1.000 (total reduction 6.6 thru 12.5x), but a cursory google shows they’re more like 3.46 thru 0.92 (and overall 8.7 thru 32.4x ! So 1st would rev out closer to 40k not 100, and even top gear would be 3/4x as tall, giving max power a little below it’s real-world max speed of 125k)… a bit like a 6-speed car’s, almost.

    Like I say, I like how you’ve coded this up and made it available, it’s very useful. Unfortunately with those hiccups I’m wary of how much I can trust the results I’ve already generated using it! With any luck they’re easy to iron out.

    (PS, how are the detailed curves generated? Does the tool have an actual “real world” engine graph for each bike, and just distorts it up and down when you change the figures, or is it all estimated from a single generic curve? Because the latter can be rather misleading too if your engine is a bit weird, and particularly for 2-strokes… 😉

    Best wishes, I hope this helps some!

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