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    add lightness.....

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    Having both, I doubt the Hayabusa clutch pack would survive double the weight it was designed for, at double the Hp.
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    Well....there's a lot of heavy duty clutch for hi-powered hayabusa.

    By the way how much the Atom weight without the engine?
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    Do they even make transmissions that will run 2 wheels for the Hyabusa? I suspect that would be heck of a long project to get that to work DP did that with the Hartley V8 and his blog starts in 06 and ends in 09 getting his Atom set up with that engine. And that engine had a bottom end that would hook up to a car transmission. You'd probably need to do a wacky chain drive to get it to work.

    Yeah, the torque is going to be so wimpy.

    Get a roller from TMI. They build the car to completion with their engine, test it out, and then remove the engine. All you need to do is source your own honda engine and transmission and put it in.
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    Thank bolus --- However, there is a Chain drive differential with quaife atb with reverse....yes two wheels (LSD).
    A 350hp hayabusa engine can compete even the torque is anemic.
    However, with the light weight attributes it can keep up. We used them a lot in the Lotus seven type cars which perhaps almost the same weight as the Atom.
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    "Having both, I doubt the Hayabusa clutch pack would survive double the weight it was designed for, at double the Hp."

    Do you have a lotus 7 too before?
    I just sold mine (a week ago) -- with Honda s2000 engine supercharged
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    A2 vs Radical with modified hayabusa. At least 2 Norm's lighter.
    Have not tried a 7... Yet.
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    Use a proper mass measurement please, ... 4.28 Dennis's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Use a proper mass measurement please, ... 4.28 Dennis's
    Very well,
    The mass of a positron is approx 9.1093826(16) x 10-32 kg.
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    How many positrons per Dennis?

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