Post by richardhill on Jul 28, 2018 4:19:22 GMT -5
I have a new Ice Bear PTS150-9 Mojo Trike. It seems to me I have to have a rather high rpm before it moves. There is no brake drag as it moves rather easy. I have not ridden it any distance as I have not gotten insurance or registered it. Do you think drive RPM will lower with use?
Post by richardhill on Aug 11, 2018 16:05:34 GMT -5
The clutch seems to engage properly, it is just that I have to give it a rather high RPM before it engages sitting still. At normal riding speed it works fine Also riding at speed it boges down if I try to accelerate up a hill, I think this is a carburetor fuel adjustment, issue, and will wait untill I get a few miles on it. . I had an Ice Bear 300cc Magnum 3 years ago and I loved it, put over 3,000 miles on it in two years, but because of some surgeries one after the other I had to sell it,
Post by richardhill on Sept 9, 2018 13:19:10 GMT -5
I have put 300 klm on the 2018 PST150-9 at 13/14 throttle if I start up a small or slight uphill grade it bogs down. I have noticed there is no air speed adjustment, only a brass plug where it should be, so there is no help there. It idles fine at 1800 RPM. I plan to put a big bore kit in it this winter. I have to find out how large I can go before I have the case bored out. I found a 170 cc that states no boring required. I am going to replace all air and fuel hoses and spark plug. Any suggestions greatly appreciated. PS I was riding a 2012 300 Magnum for three years had 5000 miles on it but had to sell it because of medical issues. I am on the mend now.
2017 Kymco People GT 300i (bought March 2018 as a leftover!) 2016 Kymco Super 8 150R (traded in on the above) 2008 Baccio VX150 (stolen!) 1987 Suzuki GS450LH (sold long ago) 1982 Yamaha SECA 650 (sold longer ago)