Thread: 4 or 2 stroke?
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Old 03-31-2015, 10:20 PM
J0sh J0sh is offline
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Default Re: 4 or 2 stroke?

Originally Posted by mapbike View Post
either one with a large rear sprocket so it can handle the hills will probably work for you, I like the 2 stroke kits myself but if you dont know the difference between the two you should honestly do some more research before making your decision.

A 2 stroke needs oil mixed with the fuel and a 4 stroke engine has a gas tank for fuel only and th3 oil goes in the crankcase of the engine.

4 stroke bike kit 3ngin3s are more reliable for the average person and 2 stroke moto4 kits provide more top speed and more overall power for those of us who like to tinker.

hope 5his helps a little.
I know my share but I was just making sure(: i also want to go for long rides so i might get a 4 stroke, do you think $224 is a good price? I could send the link if you'd like. But the problem is i don't know if bikeberry ships to CA, lets hope!
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