How high does it rev in neutral? The muffler videos I've watched from the Thai guys it seems to rev to about 9100 in neutral
+1 and add to that his mention of pulling away from cars at a stop. That just gave me the go-ahead to -1 the rear or +1 the front sprocket for a couple more MPH at the topHeck completely stock it sounds like the Grom with have plenty of speed for my local roads.
tyga has some +1 front i believe pal.Yeah ,I plan on going +1 in the front. Still looking for a company that sells front sprockets for the Grom though.
This isn't a good idea. The engine is designed to be under load. Redlining your bike in neutral is just silly.How high does it rev in neutral? The muffler videos I've watched from the Thai guys it seems to rev to about 9100 in neutral
haha I know, I was just curious if the Thai bikes revved higher for whatever reasonThis isn't a good idea. The engine is designed to be under load. Redlining your bike in neutral is just silly.
Nice they must have just added it, but they don't have a 16t yet.tyga has some +1 front i believe pal.
hi paul , are you finding any particular set up run well ? thanksThe other thing to note is that a bigger front sprocket with the same gearing as one with a smaller front and smaller rear, will mean more power loss so you are better going for small front sprocket and smaller rear.
Paul, I would guess that with us Grom riders from the states going to big bore kits, you will see a demand for a 16 tooth.We didn't put a 16T up on the site yet because, frankly the stock gearing is about all the Grom can pull as it comes from the factory and a 15 is going to be a struggle. Going to a 16 would require a lot more horsepower to get it to work. Not impossible and if there is a demand for 16T sprockets, we will add them. More rear sprockets coming in the next few days. Sprockets - Tyga Performance