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Old 07-01-2010, 04:26 AM
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Default Re: Lower gearing options


Usually ppl find that after break in they're engine runs a lot better and the stock 44t geared a lil low if anything, I'd recommend holding off playing with the gearing for a lil while till that's sorted - once the motor is fully broken in and you've the fuel/air mix adjusted - reevaluate *shrug*

You may indeed find you still want to regear, but until the engine is dialed in fully you may under/overestimate the amount and need to do it again... just a thought - I find changing/mounting the kit sprocket tedious at best lol
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