Best set up for A35

What have y’all found to be the fastest/most reliable set up? Yes I know that’s kind of an oxymoron but a guy can dream right?

Re: Best set up for A35

Stock clutches or jammer?

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Getting the bike Friday, it’s bone stock so far, just looking for some recommendations, all I’ve done to a tomos before is pipe 22t gearing and carb so idk what kits or parts are best

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Well if you're keeping the stock clutches I'd only do 44mm kits and under. I like the 44mm alukit. The Polini kit is a good kit also but require some prep to make it run like it should and last. You can go Gila but you'll definitely need better clutches and case welding. (edited)

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If I go with the Jammer what set up would you reccomend?

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How fast is fast? Puch Polini can get you mid 50's-60ish. (edited)

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I was thinking 45-50, need the jammer for that?

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No. You can also do that with the 44mm alukit or 44mm airsal.

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What pipe do you recommend? On my A55 I had a mlm pipe

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My wife is running 48-49 with A3 bottom end, race crank, 44mm alukit, stock a35 head, Polini CP 17mm carb, stock Ducati points, homoet pipe and 27/22 gearing.

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Probably just airsal, like I said I just wanna hit 45-50

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the parmakit, vm20, 2 petal, tecno estoril is my favorite. great power throughout the entire rev range. 55 mph all day with tall gearing. good packaging, easy to tune. the porting on it is so much better than the cheap alukit 45mm kits with nice split transfers and booster ports. they look similar but look close and they are totally different and way better.

i haven't checked out the new Dos cycles clutch shoes yet but a few people have posted on here that they are the way to go.

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That's easy to get.

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What would you recommend for that?

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> the parmakit, vm20, 2 petal, tecno estoril is my favorite. great power

> throughout the entire rev range. 55 mph all day with tall gearing.

> good packaging, easy to tune. the porting on it is so much better than

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I’ll have to check those out

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also reports of destroyed a35 clutches are greatly exaggerated.. the cork goes to shit and they pop out of the groove in the hub, then the pins aren't supported and they break.

if you re-line them with anything but pure garbage cork, make sure your leaking output shaft doesn't puke out all the oil, and don't keep power shifting it after the pads are worn and its dry of oil... they can take a surprising amount of power.

if you build a motor that makes good torque, which is easy with the reed valve, and you leave them shifting at relatively low rpm, they are just fine. and don't put a damn HPI on there since that destroys them double extra fast.

tomos are easy so they tend to attract all the morons, then they break them and bitch about it. go check out lovers of tomos on facebook, its the short bus of mopeds.

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> also reports of destroyed a35 clutches are greatly exaggerated.. the

> cork goes to shit and they pop out of the groove in the hub, then the

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> them and bitch about it. go check out lovers of tomos on facebook, its

> the short bus of mopeds.

Yea I had an a55 so I have a little experience with tomos but I’m in that group and I’ve seen the conversations

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My favorite set up on a daily rider tomos is the old l raptor kit. Its a puch tccd, 15 amal and the 2 piece biturbo exhaust. So dam fast.

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> them and bitch about it. go check out lovers of tomos on facebook, its

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Oooh, ouch...

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