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I want 2 make my bike faster i ordered a 15 counter sproket its one tooth bigger and i have a bigger muffler and a low budget its a 06 any ideas

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A power blade will do good also a k&n airfilters rejett the carbs to the next size up so if its 155-160 boyesen reeds and a bigger front sprocket and a smaller rear thats about it buddy

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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    ollie reece-jones Oct 04, 2009

    forget the reeds buddy i thought it was a 2stroke also you can get the head skimmed so there is more compression

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