Good kits that dont go over 30 mph 48km/h

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Jonah Nguyen, Aug 26, 2013.

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  1. LR Jerry

    LR Jerry Active Member

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    I've got over 5000 miles on my Staton Inc kit with no problems so far. EZ Motorbikes is another good dealer. The extra money you'll spend is well worth it. You'll find it cheaper in the long run.
     
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    I personally think the 30mph rule over 49cc rule is better. Simply, a 49cc will not haul me around, not up a hill anyway. On a side note I ordered my kit from Lynn, so I am hoping the 35MPH boast is true LOL.
     
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    mkatt4x4 New Member

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    Whats Lynn? or who?
     
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    Once the engine is broke in some and with the correct gearing, 35mph is possible as long as the exhaust flows good and the cqrb is tuned right.
    All my bikes hit 30+mph no problem.

    Map
     
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    I'm from Wisconsin as well. I have a 66cc engine with a 40t sprocket. I keep it under 30mph (it really doesn't like to go much over that anyways). I've never had anyone question me about it, nor has a cop ever stopped me in about 3 years of riding. I seriously wouldn't put any worry about it. Put a speedometer with a max speed reading on it. If anyone questions you, just show them the max speed you've hit while riding that day to prove you never went over 30.
     

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