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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:54 pm 
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First off, let me just say that I don't know shit from shineola about this stuff, but I am working on learning...yet the more I read, it seems the less I really know.

That being said, I've heard talk about installing 166cc bore kits and new injectors, putting in a new exhaust, and lastly this performance pack you've put together; and I really don't know which is the best route I should take.

At the end of the day, I just want to get a bit more speed and be able to fairly consistently hit 100kph...tough to ride with the boys on their bigger bikes on a highway cruise when I'm sucking wind at 90kph if there's even a slight head wind.

What are your thoughts? What would be the best choice to get me to what I need?

Thanks,


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AzureArcher wrote:
First off, let me just say that I don't know shit from shineola about this stuff, but I am working on learning...yet the more I read, it seems the less I really know.

That being said, I've heard talk about installing 166cc bore kits and new injectors, putting in a new exhaust, and lastly this performance pack you've put together; and I really don't know which is the best route I should take.

At the end of the day, I just want to get a bit more speed and be able to fairly consistently hit 100kph...tough to ride with the boys on their bigger bikes on a highway cruise when I'm sucking wind at 90kph if there's even a slight head wind.

What are your thoughts? What would be the best choice to get me to what I need?

Thanks,
The Performance Pack is by far the best bang for the buck! And very easily installed. I would stay away from bore kits with your limited knowledge.
Cheers, Aaron


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:12 pm 
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Aaron wrote:
AzureArcher wrote:
First off, let me just say that I don't know shit from shineola about this stuff, but I am working on learning...yet the more I read, it seems the less I really know.

That being said, I've heard talk about installing 166cc bore kits and new injectors, putting in a new exhaust, and lastly this performance pack you've put together; and I really don't know which is the best route I should take.

At the end of the day, I just want to get a bit more speed and be able to fairly consistently hit 100kph...tough to ride with the boys on their bigger bikes on a highway cruise when I'm sucking wind at 90kph if there's even a slight head wind.

What are your thoughts? What would be the best choice to get me to what I need?

Thanks,
The Performance Pack is by far the best bang for the buck! And very easily installed. I would stay away from bore kits with your limited knowledge.
Cheers, Aaron



Is the install something a plebe like me can do without royally screwing something up, or should I take the parts to a small engine guy and have him do it?
I want to learn by working on it, but at the same time I don't want any issues either.

Thanks, Brock


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:32 pm 
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AzureArcher wrote:
Aaron wrote:
AzureArcher wrote:
First off, let me just say that I don't know shit from shineola about this stuff, but I am working on learning...yet the more I read, it seems the less I really know.

That being said, I've heard talk about installing 166cc bore kits and new injectors, putting in a new exhaust, and lastly this performance pack you've put together; and I really don't know which is the best route I should take.

At the end of the day, I just want to get a bit more speed and be able to fairly consistently hit 100kph...tough to ride with the boys on their bigger bikes on a highway cruise when I'm sucking wind at 90kph if there's even a slight head wind.

What are your thoughts? What would be the best choice to get me to what I need?

Thanks,
The Performance Pack is by far the best bang for the buck! And very easily installed. I would stay away from bore kits with your limited knowledge.
Cheers, Aaron



Is the install something a plebe like me can do without royally screwing something up, or should I take the parts to a small engine guy and have him do it?
I want to learn by working on it, but at the same time I don't want any issues either.

Thanks, Brock

Most anyone can install PP. If you buy PP, you get installation video starring the creator, Marvin Miller, the geek that started all this.
Cheers, Aaron


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