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post #1 of 9 Old 11-25-2009, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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I have a lil Pink 50cc for my 9 yr old daughter and was wondering if there is anything to do to make it go faster???



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take out the spark arrester it will give a little more pep and sound better

just the sound adds 10mph lol

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Take a tow strap and hook it up to a car...it'll go up to about 100mph! On a serious note, the only thing I can think of is to ensure that the throttle stop screw is backed all the way and that the carb is set right so that when your throttle is wide open, so is the carb's linkage.
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Im not totally sure much about the 50cc but are they clutch driven?

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Thx guys for the comments.......I have to agree sound adds so much power hell i did that to mine it flies now!!! And the car idea hmmmmm she isn't scared of much but i think that would scare the you know what out of her!!! I have heard of a washer behind the clutch that can be taken out to make it go a lil faster have u guys heard of this???


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is it a 2 stroke or 4? opening up the pipe and fattening the jetting could add a few mph, if there's a shim in the clutch taking it out could add a few mph also. with the with and poor handling of most of the 50's you really don't wanna make it alot faster IMO.

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What year is this thing I looked up a 2005 model and there is a bushing between the clutches that can be removed to get some more speed out of the quad.

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Yeah, as I recall this was discussed a while ago. There is a bushing to be replaced, and also a rev limiter wire on the CDI box that gets cut. I took particular interest in it because I was going to pep up my granddaughter's little 50, but she seems satisfied with it the way it is. It's a green wire loop on the 50, and on the 90 it's also a green wire. This one has 2 green wires in the CDI box. Only cut the one going to the 4 wire connector.

Wish I could remember who supplied this info , to give him credit, but I'm glad I took notes. I also can't say if it's the same for 2 or 4 stroke.

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when i had my 90 there was a few spacers in the clutch that stopped it from going all the way open and the dealer took them out when i got it and it made a he11 of a difference

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