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Baker DD7 Direct Drive 7-Speed Transmission - Black (DD7-376B)

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SKU: DD7-376B
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DD7 Direct Drive 7-Speed is being developed as a direct replacement of the Cruise Drive Harley-Davidson factory 6-speed to improve it in many ways besides just adding another gear. Ease of finding neutral Smooth shifting No clunks or jerky shifts Utilizes ball bearing linear detent in the top cover that was originally designed for the automotive OEM (similar to the Torque Box) Comes ready to slide in the bike, no case modifications, shimming of the gearset or adjustments required 7th main drive gear, main drive gear bearing, main drive seal, included to replace 6th main 12pt bolts for door, top cover and stock side cover Re-uses stock shifter pawl. Includes new main drive gear bearing and seal, door gasket, side cover gasket, and top cover gasket Baker Re-Cal Box and Leads included Utilizes F6F Door Bearing Retainer Plate DD7 door bearings are 28% wider than stock Trap door is available in wrinkle black at no additional cost Stay in the best power range: Many complain that the factory 1st gear is too tall and these bikes feel bogged-down at the stoplight. The DD7 has a shorter 1st gear for improved get-upand-go. Because of the shorter first gear and following gear ratios, testers report that the bike feels like motor work has been done. The shift quality is unheard of as well. The Harley-Davidson factory 6-speed ratios are: 1st (3.34), 2nd (2.30), 3rd (1.71), 4th (1.41), 5th (1.18), 6th (1.00). The Baker DD7 transmission will have the following ratios: 1st (3.76), 2nd (2.75), 3rd (2.06), 4th (1.55), 5th (1.27), 6th (1.10), 7th (1.00).


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