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  • GSR Sport or GSR40 ?

    I just got the 47cc Full Mod Fat Boy from OBR. My original plan was to put it onto my gsr sport. I have the gsr sport ready for the motor right now. I am starting to think it might be better to put it onto my gsr40. Should I just throw it onto the sport and see how it goes, then throw it onto the 40 later? Or should I just throw it onto the 40 and forget the sport?
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    You already know my answer. Gear this thing 10/72 and tell us what mph you take it up to
    *******Pedding since '02********

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    • #3
      I just got the toymaker plate today so its tempting, but the original plan was gsr sport. And I hate to take off that 40 motor so fast. Tough choices but I think throwing it on the 40 is probably a lot smarter. I only have a 56T and 76T rear, have a 8T, 10T, 11T available for the front. What do you think?? Thanks

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      • #4
        10/76, what’s your weight with gear? imo, that motor is just gonna be way way too much on a gsr sport, like putting a small block Chevy on a go cart. yea it will be fun but you’ll never use it to it’s full potential. People seriously underestimate how fast 45+mph is on a scooter, probably b/c everyone talks big numbers and overestimates how fast they really
        are. I have a buddy with a stock g260 and silkk pipe that claims his scooter does 45 b/c he rode past one of those flashing speed trap signs they post on the side of the road. He’s a good guy, an I’m not gonna argue with a buddy who honestly believes his ped does that speed.

        That being said, you can always throw the 46 on there for the hell of it, it’s your decision, your peds. I’d personally throw the 40 on the gsr sport and gear it the same ratio I mentioned in your other post. 11/56 or something like that, I can’t recall exactly without measuring the sport tire size again. You’ll have 2 pretty bad *** peds.

        Last edited by dsport; 06-04-2020, 09:19 AM.
        *******Pedding since '02********

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        • #5
          Probably around 175-180

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ABCDEFG View Post
            Probably around 175-180
            I’m about the same. 10/76 will be good for a top speed gearing. Since you have the gears already, I just say use them. If you want more torque, swap to a 9, but personally, I rather have my peds geared a little high. I don’t like the notion of a motor screaming at high rpms for long periods of time, it’s like a car stuck in 3rd on the freeway.
            *******Pedding since '02********

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            • #7
              I can say that any hard tire ped at 40 mph and over is nuts. I've done that a couple of times on a regular sport with a BIG spindle and I won't ever do it again, I value my bone structure. If I had better brakes, I may feel more comfortable riding at those speeds (glass smooth roads only).
              2 Sports and a GSR40

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              • #8
                Put that beast on a gsr 40.. and it would.be one hell of a ride

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                • #9
                  Ok, I put the gsr sport roller up for sale, putting it on the gsr 40. I'm trying to remove the rear wheel but the axle nut is huge. Anyone know what size socket I need? And I have the toymaker 460 plate mount but what about the sprocket etc. Do I remove this part and install it onto my 460? Is this what those toymaker clutch housing things are? If so I need to get one.
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                  • #10
                    24mm or something like that. Unbolt the 40 and bolt on the Tm plate and 46. You’ll see what you need.
                    *******Pedding since '02********

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                    • #11
                      No I need to figure out what size the rear axle nut is, none of my wrenches are big enough. I need to go buy a bigger wrench but dont know what size to buy

                      I found this info but I have no clue if this is right.

                      5/8-11, 15/16 nut for air tires

                      1/4" nuts = 7/16" wrench
                      3/8" nuts = 9/16" wrench
                      1/2" nuts = 3/4" wrench
                      5/8" nuts = 15/16" wrench

                      So do I need to buy a 15/16 wrench to remove the rear axle?
                      Last edited by ABCDEFG; 06-05-2020, 10:16 AM.

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                      • #12
                        And do I need this piece? Where do I put the front sprocket? theres no clutch housing on the 460 motor. Use the old one off the 40?
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                        • #13
                          Yah u can always use the old housing off the 40 to the 460 but if u. Want u can always buy a brand new one like the link

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Badazzx22 View Post
                            Yah u can always use the old housing off the 40 to the 460 but if u. Want u can always buy a brand new one like the link
                            Ok sounds good, thanks

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dsport View Post
                              10/76, what’s your weight with gear? imo, that motor is just gonna be way way too much on a gsr sport, like putting a small block Chevy on a go cart. yea it will be fun but you’ll never use it to it’s full potential. People seriously underestimate how fast 45+mph is on a scooter, probably b/c everyone talks big numbers and overestimates how fast they really
                              are. I have a buddy with a stock g260 and silkk pipe that claims his scooter does 45 b/c he rode past one of those flashing speed trap signs they post on the side of the road. He’s a good guy, an I’m not gonna argue with a buddy who honestly believes his ped does that speed.

                              That being said, you can always throw the 46 on there for the hell of it, it’s your decision, your peds. I’d personally throw the 40 on the gsr sport and gear it the same ratio I mentioned in your other post. 11/56 or something like that, I can’t recall exactly without measuring the sport tire size again. You’ll have 2 pretty bad *** peds.
                              Haha that is awesome. I hear you brotha. I can't argue with anything you said, completely agree. Thank you for all of your input I really appreciate it. Has helped me out a lot. I am now trading my gsr sport roller for a gsr46 roller soon. I'm gonna leave the 40 the way it is for now, and throw the 460 onto the new gsr46 frame.

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