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re: kinetic TFR mopeds

Postby lemon » Tue Jun 20, 2006 4:48 am

They accelerate very very very slow. it takes mine 5 seconds to get to 10 MPH
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Re: re: kinetic TFR mopeds

Postby Smitty » Tue Jun 20, 2006 1:09 pm

lemon wrote:They accelerate very very very slow. it takes mine 5 seconds to get to 10 MPH

Unless you build a 70cc Malossi, or 80cc Polini Evolution engine for it, hehehe ;^)
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re: kinetic TFR mopeds

Postby Smitty » Thu Jun 22, 2006 5:58 am

A local guy pulled into my driveway on his TFR yesterday, loaded down (he calls it his truck, LOL!), and he weighs 200+lbs. The odometer shows 5,300 miles on it, and the thing still cranks and runs like a champ! He's so pleased with the service that he gets from his Kinetic that he's coming back this morning to buy one from me as a spare.
I guess these things are "little road mules".
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re: kinetic TFR mopeds

Postby dgreenblatt » Wed Oct 24, 2012 7:41 pm

I have a 1996 kinetic moped and it is a bit sluggish. How can I put in a faster engine like you did? Where did you find it? I saw some 70cc's on ebay and parts on 1977 mopeds. Can I also buy a performance exhaust? I really want to upgrade this moped
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