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boysen Rad Valve

Postby 440F/A » June 28th, 2006, 11:35 am

i have a 1993 cr80 and i was wondering what a boysen rad vavle would do for powere and would i be a ble to fell the power difference from stock?
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Postby AHood » June 29th, 2006, 2:48 am

your a Grown adult that rides an 80cc ?
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Postby 440F/A » June 29th, 2006, 9:50 am

im 14 u indian
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Postby ZR800XC » June 29th, 2006, 11:44 am

you probably won't even notice a difference. I used to race CRs, had a 250 and a 500 in 97. None of that******made made them run better really. I even used Pro Circuit Work Pipes on all my bikes. pretty much only because they looked cool! Did nothing on the 500, made the 250 have a little broader power. No reed changes ever made a noticeable change in either, unless the old ones were bad. You're better off buying a new tire if you want something you'll feel the benefits of. Short of opening up the engine and doing some head mods to make it burn race fuel, you're wasting your money with bolt on aftermarket mods. The aftermarket pipes seem to work better on slightly modified engines.

An 80...are you kiddin' me. I'm 6'3" 230 and I cruise my nephews KX80 around all I can!!! LOL


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