Originally Posted by Ludwig II
If you look at some single cylinder motorcycles you will find that there is a head steady, connecting the cylinder head to the frame of the motorcycle. This changes the load paths of the vibration, and helps reduce the amount of energy going through the other mounts.
Has anyone here done this?
Like this one? I remember seeing a photo of someone here who was working on a similar design but I never saw any follow up report of how it worked. He used longer studs in the rear of the head and a wide strap that joined them to the frame. He had to remove some of the fin material but it wouldn't have been enough to compromise cooling.
Wish I could find that old thread but it was several years ago.