hello, i'm designng a f1 car,,, we are using a duke 390 engine...we are using a chain differential...... now i'm trying to make the sprockets. to make this sprockets i need to know its dimensions.. that is sprocket teeth diameter width etc... so, i'm very much confussed with it. how to get this dimensions is there any calculations required to make the diameter of the two sprokets.. if we use a sproket diameter small for a high power engine there would be a problem and we use sprocket diameter large for low power generating engine then this might result in another problem. so, i need help to make the dimensions of the sprockets to run my car. and giving u data of engine specifications whether it is useful to make the calculations of sproket diamater(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

specifications of duke :

Displacement 373.2 cc

Maximum Power 43 Bhp @ 9500 rpm

Maximum Torque 35 Nm @ 7250 rpm

Power-to-weight Ratio 271.76 bhp per tonne

Torque-to-Weight Ratio 221.20 nm per tonne

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