66cc 44t skyhawnk 43 mph

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  1. yasin0026

    yasin0026 New Member

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    5-7HEAVEN Well-Known Member

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    Can you post another video of the bike, with the camera facing forward?

    From this angle, it doesn't SEEM like your bike is going that fast.
     
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    I watched it yesterday- and I hate to say I have my doubts with that set-up
     
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    It said you were at 18/ 20 mph turning around. I think it could be off a bit.
     
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    Me too. Try another speedometer.:-||
     
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    43MPH with a 44T is almost 10K RPM. That's almost as believable as a cheap analog speedometer.
     
  8. CTripps

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    If that's KPH I'd believe it, as that's my performace range on my setup.
     
  9. oylavabeer

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    Must be in Kph as above
     
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    kph is true that there is no problem with 26 inch tires
     
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    I think you will find a majority of us run 26inch tyres as I do
     
  12. 5-7HEAVEN

    5-7HEAVEN Well-Known Member

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    43kph = 26.875mph

    Now that is believable, especially w/44 tooth sprocket, stock muffler and engine not screaming its guts out.

    BTW, my bike's top speed is 72.1mph...

    Lol, I mean 72.1kph. xct2
     
  13. Acraze

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    I feel I'm usually pushing it to get 28 30ish mph at 198lbs
     
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    I managed to get a Micargi Rover GT up to 42mph one time running a 31 tooth sprocket. It was really screaming and the handling was scary! Never tried that again on a stock bike. Nearly blew the engine on that run.
     

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