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ADA Stalker + X-Port

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  • ADA Stalker + X-Port

    This is my daily ride to work so I didn't want to do a tuned pipe or anything that'd prevent me from folding it up so I decided to do the ADA Stalker can plus I threw on an X-Port to give it more clearance when folded. This is on a new Goped Sport I just picked up for my 2 mile commute
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  • #2
    Should of gone electric.

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    • #3
      Awesome . Electric isn't fun

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      • #4
        I did consider the ESR750 but it weighs over twice as much as the humble Sport and I live on the 4th floor of my building. I may get something with air tires for weekend cruising later on, I grew up riding BladeZ and have fond memories of all-day rides

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        • #5
          Wow, you aren’t kidding. That thing is FRESH! I can’t believe these are what we consider sports. Back in the day a factory g23lh was lucky to hit 18-19mph in stock form. I’m sure yours will do mid to upper 20s with a spindle. Which I do recommending getting if you haven’t already .725 to .775 is the money depending on your weight and hills. I always like to over gear commuter peds, keeps the rpms and noise down at cruising speeds.
          *******Pedding since '02********

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          • #6
            Honestly I never had a Sport with a G23LH or a (working) G2D. When GPN was more poppin (mid-2000s for me) you could pick up a frame for $100-$200 in the classifieds and then slap an RC motor on it for much less than what I spent on this. Also I was expecting this thing to have a non-tunable stock carb but it came with a WT-668 and humorously states that tuning your carb yourself will void the warranty. Already had to lean out the idle screw to keep it from stalling, it was about 1/8th a turn too rich from the factory so I guess there goes my warranty. I went with a .710 BM spindle because my commute is moderately hilly but even though I told myself I'd keep this thing sane/stock for the commute... I'm already eyeing a CY29RC + .750 spindle. We'll see if I can talk myself out of it before I pull the trigger this weekend. With the stock filter it's pretty quiet unless I'm goin WOT so I think I'll leave that alone; HP filter + velocity stack does look nice but I never felt any difference in performance (just more noise)

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