32t or 36t

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by DonnnN, Sep 21, 2009.

  1. stv1jzgte

    stv1jzgte New Member

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    Now see what you all have done... lmao imo get the 36tooth!
     
  2. DonnnN

    DonnnN New Member

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    Actually i really dont mind my 44t right now.. my bike still runs fast.. really nice.. its ok..
    i'll get the other stuff first before i change the sprocket..

    ;)
     
  3. xlite

    xlite New Member

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    Smart move. You can't really take advantage of the smaller sprocket unless the engine is souped up. It would just make takeoffs more difficult and low speed putting around less fun.
     
  4. Sydneysider

    Sydneysider New Member

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    yep Im quite content with my stock sprocket too, only so much you can do when you have 50cc's of raw grunt :D
     
  5. xlite

    xlite New Member

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    I'm sure we can come up with another misundersanding some day soon without even trying. Otherwise I'll have to go elsewhere. :) For me these "discussions" are the best part of forums like this.

    Both sides always learn something. (Although I may not always ADMIT it :) :) :) ).
     
  6. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    Whew! For awhile there, I thought I was gonna have to stick a fork in it!

    Nicely resolved my friends.
     
  7. cyclepro101

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    I got a 36t and its great. But as I am very fit and an ex roady, I would like to try a 32t as I dont mind doing a bit of work up hills. But you guys are correct in saying that the touque of the motor is what its all about.
     

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