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Old 11-12-2009, 09:11 AM
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Default Re: Help Setting up HT Motor

One thing that can be done to reduce vibration is run the engine at a lower RPM. You can do this by simply not going as fast or you can get a smaller rear sprocket. With the smaller rear sprocket you can still travel at the same speed but the engine will not be spinning as fast and therefor not vibrate as much. This will also depend on how hilly your area is. If it is relatively flat then I would go with a smaller rear sprocket. I would recommend a 40 or 36, that is assuming your kit came with a 44. The recommendations for good grips, gel or suspension seat are also good and suspension forks would also help.
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