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tried -2 +5 gearing today in my 10

boy it liked it on motor but i couldnt keep up with the bike to shift it fast enough on spray. it wenst my best pass ever on the spray but i only managed a 5.53 on the spray. here is the slip on motor

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Is this gearing for the strip or tree-climbing lol?
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That's a REALLY good 60 ft and great mph for the 1/8th mile. Did you have any traction problems those runs with that gearing compared to previous?
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i aint gonna lie its a hell of alot of gear. definately not getting on the highway with it

it dead hooked everypass and almost flipped it once and yeah i am 14 over

i am running a 180 hookup with about 17 lbs of air


the 60 ft was a beast and it is my gear of choice on motor but on the spray i am going back to 16/45 for the 1/8th
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running fast cook, u deserve it. congrats.
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i aint gonna lie its a hell of alot of gear. definately not getting on the highway with it

it dead hooked everypass and almost flipped it once and yeah i am 14 over

i am running a 180 hookup with about 17 lbs of air


the 60 ft was a beast and it is my gear of choice on motor but on the spray i am going back to 16/45 for the 1/8th

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running fast cook, u deserve it. congrats.

thanks man. it definately has taken alot of hard work and MONEY lol
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we will see what she will do next weekend with a fresh clutch
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boy it liked it on motor but i couldnt keep up with the bike to shift it fast enough on spray. it wenst my best pass ever on the spray but i only managed a 5.53 on the spray. here is the slip on motor

lol im 165lbs 70"s -2 +9 on motor in the 1/8 you need a auto shifter i cant keep up with my bike on motor i couldnt imagine spray...

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wow thats alot of gear i cant believe you even make it through the 1/8th with that much.

i am trying to find the harness to wire in the hub to auto shift
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