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Coffee Shop / Re: Webserver backup and upgrades
« Last post by Tom Cole on Yesterday at 08:16:14 am »
Still working on this...it is going to take me days or even weeks because I'm doing a little at a time.  Just updated everything on the server and did another full backup this morning.
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Other / Browse The 123.hp.com Link To Download And Install HP Printer
« Last post by jimmyandrew on Yesterday at 01:30:57 am »
There are many HP Printer users who want to learn how to download and install the driver against their printer model. That?s why; the team has decided to provide the useful 123.hp.com link so that anyone can access it to avail the printer driver. So, if you have no idea what to do for the latest Printer driver, just browse the official site. Here?s what exactly you should perform:
?       Open any web browser and navigate 123.hp.com.
?       Enter your printer model number in the given search field.
?       Click on the ?Download? link.
?       Follow the on-screen prompted instructions to install the driver finally.
?       Now, you are ready to print anything.
The steps are so simple and effortless. So, don?t ignore if really you are needed.
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Briggs OHV & Vanguard / Re: Vtwin vanguard flywheels
« Last post by VICTORVIKING 713 on Yesterday at 12:28:23 am »
I'm gonna look more into it later to see if I can find something that might work.
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Briggs OHV & Vanguard / Re: Vtwin vanguard flywheels
« Last post by cycloneracer on April 16, 2021, 01:55:58 pm »
You?d probably have to run some sort of regulator.   As it will probably overcharge with the more RPM?s. 

I?d run an alternator if you need reliability. 
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Briggs OHV & Vanguard / Re: Vtwin vanguard flywheels
« Last post by VICTORVIKING 713 on April 16, 2021, 10:06:40 am »
Off roading, I don't want to be out on a trail and not be able to get my mower running again, I also have stuff on my mower that draws power such as a DC outlet, lights, volt meter and a couple of other things, I'm just looking for other options other then removing the charging system or running an external system.
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Briggs OHV & Vanguard / Re: Vtwin vanguard flywheels
« Last post by cycloneracer on April 16, 2021, 12:19:35 am »
What are trying to accomplish?     Racing?   Pulling?    Why the need to charge?   
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Briggs OHV & Vanguard / Vtwin vanguard flywheels
« Last post by VICTORVIKING 713 on April 13, 2021, 08:53:13 am »
So I am wanting to spin my mower faster than stock however I want to keep my stock charging system. If I had enough room I would get a biullet flywheel and an alternator but it's a small Murray with a lack of room so I was wondering is there another way that doesn't risk my manhood?
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Driveline / Re: Getting speed out of Drive Shaft Mowers?
« Last post by Knoot on April 13, 2021, 01:54:45 am »
Others may be more helpful, but i'll try and answer.

Larger tires will help very marginally as far as speeding it up. If it's going 5 MPH right now, oversized tires might get you to 7mph. Removing the govenor is also a pretty bad idea on stock internals, these engines are meant to be run at 3600RPM. 3800RPM is probably safe, but anything over that is tempting fate, it also wouldn't get you that much more speed.

To get any real speed increase you either need to do one of these 4 things

1: Use a static gearbox to increase the rpm before the main gearbox on the mower. Downsides is that it'll be expensive, and reliability is a concern when you spin stock gearboxes much faster than they're originally designed to. This is a bad option unless you already have the parts readily avalible and you're comfortable designing, welding and fabbing parts.

2: Swap out the gearing on the original gearbox. Upsides is that it'll be a LOT cheaper, but finding the right parts and understanding the stock gearbox might be a little bit of a pain. I've never done this, but it's probably your best option, especially if you don't have a welder, shop equipment, and the knowhow to fab your own parts.

3: Buy a racing mower gearbox and fit it. Peerless gearboxes are the standard as far as I can see and come with the nice option of simply swapping pulley sizes to increase or decrease top speed. These are strong, but expensive, and you'll have to be comfortable with fabbing it in somehow. If you can do this, it's the performance but it won't be easy or cheap.



My advice, sell your honda. If it's in good condition it will get enough for a mower that you can more easily build. Look through the fourms for other builds for refrence. Anything with a decent transaxle and a belt pulley system can go 15-25mph for free with a pulley swap (front/back), or if you have to get new pulleys, they're readily avalible for under 20$.
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Driveline / Getting speed out of Drive Shaft Mowers?
« Last post by klett226 on April 12, 2021, 10:26:54 pm »
Hey all! So I have been trying to do some research on being able to get speed out of a mower with a drive shaft rather than pulley and have found quite honestly very little on the topic. I have a Honda ht3813 I would like to build up but dont really know where to start other than larger tires and adjustment/removal of the governor, if that would even increase the speed that much. Any help would be appreciated.
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Mower Engines & Parts / MSD Crank Trigger Ignition for Racing Lawnmower.
« Last post by Sidney073 on April 12, 2021, 01:14:43 pm »
I have a complete MSD Crank Trigger Racing Lawnmower Ignition set up. This includes an Autometer Motorcycle Tach, and a reprogrammed MSD 6AL Ignition amplifier. This ignition will power the engine to above 9,000 rpm limit of tachometer. Price is $300 includes Free Shipping for the following: MSD 6AL box MSD Crank Trigger Sensor, MSD Ignition Coil, Autometer Tach.
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