Re: tomos Arrow/E50 build. Gearing is weird. Need suggestions.

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Know a Guy who hit 80 with 18:40.

Re: tomos Arrow/E50 build. Gearing is weird. Need suggestions.

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> > > > It's a 34.48% difference and that's before you consider the

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> > > Yeah Rocco’s a little bit behind at times as far as experience goes!

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> > > Gear for the power band means everything! and this is me telling you

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> > > from the mid-70s with Kawasaki 100s and other small displacement

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> > > gear for your powerband that’s all I could say !

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> > Gearing for powerband is part of it not the entire pie. Without a

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> > I have 0 experience but I think your to worried about A bike that Will

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> > easily pull those gears but I also only weigh 155lbs

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> Of course it will have no problem, because it is super short gearing.

> The problem is not pulling tall gearing, it's about being stuck in

> over-rev at 43.4 mph

Exactly!

Hahaha been there done that, I remember being stuck at 40 mph going down 140 just over Reving like crazy with a bunch of cars behind me.

This conversation went from not think he could pull the 11x38 (16x43) to he's going to be over reving like crazy

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