if you get the head too youll save alot of money down the road when you want a little more power. then i would go with one up in the front and one to two in the back. for more open tracks id go with a 35.
its way hard to wheelie though, i cant keep my bike going slow enough to ride a 1st gear. any way you go youll be fine, just dont go drastic unless you know what your doing.cyclerider57 said:I have it with the head. I also installed one on my brothers with head. His still has stock gearing and it is a wheelie machine. Can hardly keep the front down.
First, I don't know if they even make an 18 front. I don't think an 88 kit would have enough power to pull that gearing. By that I mean that you would bog very bad from a start. You would have top speed, but you would have no low end torque for out of corners. I wouldn't go that high. Maybe a 16 in front if you want a lot of top speed but for that you will LOSE low end torque no doubt about it.fiddycrazy said:O.k. Tell me if this is right, If i go like stock in the rear (37) and like 18 up front, the 88 will not rev out so fast like you guys say it does. The bike will probibly take off the same but will have a much higher top speed.