Re: 36 tooth sprocket on a chinagirl ????
I've had a 36T running on my beast since day one, and it loves it. I do need to pedal up to about 10kph before dropping the clutch, but that only takes 8-10 feet to do it.
It needs a bit of help up some longer hills, but otherwise no worries.
(66cc CG, 'Speed' carb, no major porting or internal mods, cruises at 55 kph, and the beast tips the scales at 85 lbs on its own)
Any day that starts with a good ride is already a better day, and a bad day riding still beats a good day working.
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