Garelli Gearing

To my Garelli people out there,

I know there is a lot of info out there on this but its all decently old threads.

I have my 70cc SSXL. When I got it it was a 50cc 25 mph ped and I am trying to find the perfect balance. My main hope is to get help locating a front NOI 9 tooth sprocket. right now treats only has an 11 tooth.

This is how the story went :

bone stock - 10x36 = 25mph

added 70 CC kit - 10x36 = 32 mph

Changed rear sprocket - 10x32 = 35-36 mph (still has plenty of pull and a sick mid range)

I currently have the 10x32 going on and its pretty decent for around town but I feel like I still have room to go.

I picked up 26T for the rear. (it's a bigger jump than I wanted to make but it was all treats had)

I hope to put it on this week but I have a feeling I am going to need to drop the front to a 9.. anyone have luck locating these?

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What are trying to do besides locate a 9 tooth front sprocket?

My one speed runs 44mph (GPS) repeatedly on a stock 10/32 setup and I'm 190lbs.

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Well, yes. Locate a 9 tooth. But also learn what other people are experiencing with their set up, like you mentioned. To be honest I have no idea how you are getting to 44mph with a stock set up.

But that tells me there is more to dial in yet than just the gearing

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> Aaron Turek Wrote:

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> To be honest I have

> no idea how you are getting to 44mph with a stock set up

15.15 Dellorto w/15 intake & stock airbox.

70cc Polini

MLM chamber.

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> live ɘvil Wrote:

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> What are trying to do besides locate a 9 tooth front sprocket?

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> My one speed runs 44mph (GPS) repeatedly on a stock 10/32 setup and I'm

> 190lbs.

I'm getting 42 on 10/32 gearing and I'm 278lbs. Good luck finding a 9t sprocket. The last one I found was on eBay and it was $30......

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Just go 11/32. You're going to hate the 26 if you hit a hill of any kind. My son is running 10/26 and hits 51. He also ran 11/26 and ran like 54-55 but the bike is only good for completely flat surface.

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Forgot to mention, I'm running on spoked 17" wheels NOT 16s.

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> live ɘvil Wrote:

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> Forgot to mention, I'm running on spoked 17" wheels NOT 16s.

Oh, I'm on 17" mags

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> Stephen Simmons Wrote:

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> > live ɘvil Wrote:

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> > Forgot to mention, I'm running on spoked 17" wheels NOT 16s.

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> Oh, I'm on 17" mags

Ya, most Garellis have 16"

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Probably could hit 50 full tuck.

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gearing not gonna make u go any faster, tuuuuuuunne it.

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well.. that's not true. gearing does make you go faster.

However, I will agree that it needs to be tuned correctly. I'm finding out that I don't know as much as I thought I did when it comes to tuning.

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> Stephen Simmons Wrote:

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> Probably could hit 50 full tuck.

I'm still running stock screen and air box on mine. Don't know if I'll ever run a velocity stack, but its a thought.

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I had a lot of tuning issues with a 10-32 geared NOI with the malossi kit. Could never get it jetted proper. Switching to 9-32 changed everything, unloaded the engine making it easier to tune and was still good for 57mph.

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