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Big boy toys!

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  • Big boy toys!

    Well here is my newest idea for my scooter. The predator 212cc motor! So far alot of fun but I need to try different gearing because I can barely keep the front tire on the pavement and tops out at about 25mph. Realistic goal is 40mph. Dream goal 60mph. But next upgrade will be the NOS kit they make for it. Oh I also upgraded rear breaks to hydraulic disc brakes. Added a lot of weight and wanted to make sure it'd still stop in a hurry when needed. Any ideas or respectful criticism is welcome. I know it's ridiculous, that's kinda the point.

  • #2
    Switch your gearing up. that thing with be crazy fast with taller gearing.
    *******Pedding since '02********

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    • #3
      Ya, I was definitely planning on gearing up. It doesn't need any more bottom end torque. It'll climb anything you put in front of it as long as you can hold on and keep the front down. Now to the best of my recollection it's smaller rear sprocket or larger drive sprocket to hear up correct? I'll update when I regear, maybe with some video.

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      • #4
        You'd need a smaller rear sprocket for that beast

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