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Old 07-01-2010, 03:29 PM
FlyingHorse87 FlyingHorse87 is offline
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Default Re: Lower gearing options

Originally Posted by ferball View Post
I weigh in a 320-325. I run the stock 44t sprocket, I have a few hills, and I do need to pedal assist on one but honestly I was very surprised that at how little I do end up pedaling consider all the hills in my area. The only reason I have contemplated the larger rear sprocket was for taking my bike off road. I still might switch it because I find that the only time I ever run full throttle is when I go up hill, on level ground 1/2 to 3/4 throttle is more than fast enough on my deathtrap MB.
I agree about almost going too fast with a 44T sprocket, my bike can barely stop from top speed. Maybe the coaster brake just needs adjusted? What brand and size engine are you running?

Last edited by FlyingHorse87; 07-01-2010 at 05:49 PM.
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