Originally Posted by Mind_Reader7
Alright, recently I installed a new exhaust/spark plug. I gained a fair bit of speed/power. I generally sit around 60km/h on flat road (I have a speedo). I have a 32 tooth sprocket, do you think maybe I should change back to the 52 tooth sprocket that came with the kit? The only reason being is I'm not sure how high RPM these engien are made to go.
2 strokes are made to rev high. When the weather's right my motor SCREAMS! About the time I think it's gonna blow up I'll still get even more revs out of it and just keep on goin'. Only problem I've had so far is it will heat up to the point that it starts to bog down. With my shift kit, I can hit an easy 46 mph on a flat road, 50 mph when the weather's right. When I say "the weather's right" I'm only guessing but it seems humidity has some effect on my air:fuel ratio.