Re: Getting my feet wet..

Ryan . /
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In some parts of the world, we call it pook. Fir simplicity and everyday reliability I would point you to a puch or tomos, leaning the tomos with its cdi ignition. If you want fast though they can be a problem in that the clutches don't survive forever with high power builds. But then again, neither do the stock cranks on a puch with high rpm. The puch has far fewer moving parts and can be repaired quicker with less skill but both should have the same normal maintenance.

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