Well if you have a multispeed bike and choose a "lower gear" than your current set up, sure you will pull up hills better by matching the power band to the situation. Same goes for top end. Our current set up (standard engine gear -supplied left driven gear-right jackshaft gear-freewheel gear) on most 5-6-7 sprocket rears, brackets the range of purchaseable bolt on sprockets.gday pablo and ghost0,
my stock happy time 48cc has a 44tooth i think? with this jackshaft set up are we getting a lot more pull up hills in the easiest gear? or is top end on the flats more where the improvement is? I suppose the range can vary a lot by choosing different chain rings and such? your marketed set up will be a standard configuration? or options available?
so looking forward to this!