Re: Avanti Autopower speed kit

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I would be wary of putting a larger front sprocket or smaller rear sprocket on the avanti. It seems to have a weak low end torque to begin with. Notice how it accelerates really slow, but then when it gets up to speed, it really flies? The bike is already geared too high for its horsepower at the factory. I would go for a biturbo exhaust and a larger jet in the carb. This might give you more speed, and also fix the low end torque problem. I am going to do this for my Avanti aftetr the holidays.

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  Avanti Autopower speed kitTopic by: Chris Small Chris Small 10/30/01 07:55PM
  Re: Avanti Autopower speed kitRe: don-ohio don-ohio 10/30/01 08:01PM
  Re: Avanti Autopower speed kitRe: Jamie Jamie 10/31/01 12:20AM
  Re: Avanti Autopower speed kitRe: miguel miguel 10/31/01 01:43AM
  Re: Avanti Autopower speed kitRe: Chris is God Chris is God 10/31/01 08:30AM
  Re: Avanti Autopower speed kitRe: ivan ivan 11/02/01 10:02PM
  Re: Avanti Autopower speed kitRe: miguel miguel 11/02/01 11:37PM
  Re: Avanti Autopower speed kitRe: DaveI DaveI 11/09/01 04:07AM
  Re: Avanti Autopower speed kitRe: vanilladog vanilladog 12/01/01 06:27PM

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