basic skills required to install it.....knowing how to adjust timing might help out slightly. pretty easy install.
as far as problems...yes...you will find that it is harder for the bike to stayr unning at low rpms's. because of the less rotational mass it wants to stop spinning sooner than if it was a stock flywheel or even a slightly cut flywheel. its a great upgrade but for the money i would FOR SURE go to josh at lahaye and spend 60 + 55 bucks for the super coil instead of 300 + 55 for the super coil and inner rotor kit
115 or 355 take your choice. yes the inner rotor kit is lighter than a cut flywheel.
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