Clutching will give you biggest gain for your money. But if for some reason you dont want to, then you can play with the gearing. Your question is pretty vague, what exactly do you want to gain? And what are you willing to spend. I just dont know why right away you would eliminate a pipe and clutching, they are the two areas where there is the most to be gained.
i dont want those mods because i already have a cudney racing clutch and a pipe...just wondering what the next best thing was...somthing like new air intake/air filters or v-force reeds...i dont really wanna mess with the gearing
a track. if you dont have a ripsaw or atleast an 1.25 track that will be the biggest gain. do you spin when you punch it? then what is more hp going to do. if you dont change gearing, all the hp in the world will top out at 100 mph. and the more hp with the track you have will just spin more.
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