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Tobias Milliken  says:

Kymco K-Pipe 50cc

I'm 16 and just got my first motorcycle - The K-Pipe 50cc. This bike is great! It looks and sounds very nice, but since I have owned it I've noticed a major flaw in the bike. Hills are it's worst enemies! If you run into an incline in 3rd or 4th gear (the gears you need in fast moving traffic) the bike...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (05 July 2013 14:59)

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kingsp10

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kingsp10 says:

Slow K-pipe 50

It's a moped - blame the government for the power and speed restrictions which make riding something like that actively dangerous. You don't have enough power to get out of trouble. Indeed, you have so little power that you're in danger from the word go, as you're so much slower than the rest of the traffic wants to be. Changing the sprocket size won't really solve anything. A K-pipe 125 will help as at least that has a bit more power. Phil K

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