Re: Stock vs. 60cc vs. 70cc

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Hi,Nick! If you`re determined to keep the higher geared (less teeth)sprocket on the rear,I'd go ahead with the 70cc kit. Then to protect your gearbox from the extra strain,substitute the regular lube oil with the equivalent in fully synthetic.With the extra power you gain you won't care so much how soon it shifts down.But you've got to break the new kit in right! Be patient and don't go full throttle for more than 20 seconds at a time.And don't use 2-cycle synthetic until you have 300 mi. on that 70cc kit! BYE!

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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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