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Unread 05-16-2013, 10:49 AM   #1
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Ok so one of my friends has a gas 99cc and I have an electric 99cc we where talking last night and he said that on his that the pedal needed to be agusted for his ingage stop to be in the right place and then we looked at mine and noticed that my pedal has to be depressed quit a bit b4 it Ingaged. By agusting the ingage spot will this give me more top end?
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Unread 05-16-2013, 04:50 PM   #2
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Ok so one of my friends has a gas 99cc and I have an electric 99cc we where talking last night and he said that on his that the pedal needed to be agusted for his ingage stop to be in the right place and then we looked at mine and noticed that my pedal has to be depressed quit a bit b4 it Ingaged. By agusting the ingage spot will this give me more top end?
That depends on whether the potentiometer is reaching its minimum resistance of 0 ohms when the pedal is pressed to its max. If you have the pie shaped pot situated between the 4th and 5th batteries you can remove its cover and see whether the sweeper arm reaches the last copper segment when pressing the pedal. If it does you won't get anything by adjusting the pedal, if it does not then you can adjust the link between the pedal and pot so that it does. You should then see an improvement although it may not be dramatic.
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So I took off the inspection cover and the sweeper was not reaching the last copper pad only secoud to last So I made the recommended adjustment And gained 2.5mph pretty good if you as me. That is a GPS speed I am now doing 19 up hill and 25 flat ground with 20x10-10 tires.
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