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Shorter Stock Exhaust
  Contributed by: Vincent Bessette   First thing you need to do is take off the exhaust bracket and swingarm.It
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Improving Stock Headlights
  Contributed by Johnny Flettrich Jr. Start off by taking the light bezel off. Use a grinder with a cutting
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Dirty Air Suspension
Contributor: Michael Garza   So first things first! THIS IS ALL THE STUFF YOU ARE GOING TO NEED: 1X “dirty
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Lowering Front Forks
  *******UPDATE…I have since removed my springs completely and I personally believe the ride is much better for me. Also
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Adding A Chin Bone
How to install the Chin Bone from Rucksters Step one.. Go here and order… Chin Bone Next step… Remove the battery
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Alarm/Remote Start
  This is the easiest install. Simple plug and play for the Icebear Maddog. I was hesitant for the price
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Adjusting Air/Fuel Mixture
  AIR/FUEL MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT: Adjusting the CVK carburetor found on most GY6 engines is pretty easy, but you have to
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Going from 50cc to 150cc swap
  Contributor: Keith Barnes and Cobie Szigety This will be brief for now but I will get back into it
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Fuerza Front Spocket Swap
https://youtu.be/EtbeHfMt5jo The Fuerza comes from the factory with a 15 tooth front sprocket. The stock sprocket is pretty good for
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