Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70cc

Nick /
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The trick for me is to find that balance of power and speed. The Cincinnati area must be alot more hilly than Delaware. I have already changed the rear sprocket to (Don't feel like going to the garage and counting the teeth) a smaller one. If memory serves I am 6 teeth smaller than the stock one. It does alright except on extreme uphill slopes. If I could get the tranny to NOT shift until ~20mph then it would pull the hills better.

Nick

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  Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccTopic by: Nick Nick 05/29/01 04:13PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: Miguel Miguel 05/29/01 04:29PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: SteelToad SteelToad 05/29/01 05:51PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: Nick Nick 05/29/01 09:40PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: SteelToad SteelToad 05/29/01 09:52PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: Nick Nick 05/29/01 09:58PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: Doug D. Doug D. 05/29/01 09:48PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/29/01 11:03PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: mike hartel mike hartel 05/30/01 01:32AM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: Nick Nick 05/30/01 07:43AM
  Puch Tank LeakageRe: Mike Skinner Mike Skinner 05/30/01 04:23PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: Pooper Stink Pooper Stink 05/30/01 02:26PM
  Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70ccRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/30/01 09:45PM

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