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PostSubject: willing to learn   Mon May 07, 2012 2:35 pm

I have just purchased a tw200 1999 model in great shape with 5k miles for $1200. First thing needed to do was make the seat more comfortable after doing some research I found this forum and the general consisous seemed to be the coleman seat pad from walmart bought one and so far great buy. The next thing have done was add a led strobe under the brake light that flashes when the brakes are applied. In the future I plan to build a small rack, beef up the skid plate, widen the foot pegs, possibly a wind screen, tachometer, oil temp gauge, and a cigarette plug. But right now I need to gear it to run 65mph for commutes I think it can be done and still keep the off road prowless. I was thinking 15/47 any thoughts, suggestions, recommendations of gearing brand or anything else is more than just welcomed it is sought after. So please help
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PostSubject: Re: willing to learn   Tue May 08, 2012 1:54 am

Regearing the TW seems to be trial and error for many, a lot depends on your terrain and weight. For me to really enjoy off-road, I went to a 14/55. If you live in Kansas for example, that gearing may be fine, you will have to experiment. I have been real happy with JT sprocket. Gerry

http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/4010-sprocket-combo/page__p__37683__hl__%2Bsprocket+%2Bgearing__fromsearch__1#entry37683


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