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Old 12-26-2012, 01:31 PM
KCvale KCvale is offline
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Default Re: Is putting a motor on a RACING BIKE with THIN TIRES dangerous?

If your bike is solid and you have good brakes the width of your tires is about comfort.

What I simply can't go by without comment is this.
Originally Posted by Predator303 View Post
get a bigger sprocket for hill climbing and live longer. oh and if you know how, sand down the head of the engine for higher compression. that will give you a huge power increase.
That has to be most dangerous and ummmm.. 'not best' advice I have ever seen here and I have seen a lot.

Unless you have a machine shop with a milling machine don't be trying to sand, grind, or otherwise screw with the most important part of motors combustion chamber is my advice.

Want more compression and a REAL power increase for $8? Just drop in an NGK Iridium spark plug.
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