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Differences between 2016 & 2017?

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1 hour ago, copemech said:

About 1 !!!!!:huh:

thats an easy ? come on 

Its a new year first, the weather is different, Have a leader in white house ,Britts are gonna be a proud country again, and you have to have a teather on your bike, and oh and im getting a new bike

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Err no but I can no longer find your wiring epiphany Dan.

Ah, there's one thing that's different, but not with the sport, I'm now a 2017 Beta owner !

Bye Bye GasGas !:D

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Hey Dan,

The main difference for 2017 was the addition of a flywheel weight to the main drive gearing. This really smooth's out the bikes bottom end power, allowing more traction, and also more momentum up long hill climbs.

I have ridden the 2015, 2016, and 2017 versions, and this is by far the most refined model yet.

Any other questions feel free to ask :)

- Brandon

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On 04/04/2017 at 11:57 PM, bschmidt said:

Hey Dan,

The main difference for 2017 was the addition of a flywheel weight to the main drive gearing. This really smooth's out the bikes bottom end power, allowing more traction, and also more momentum up long hill climbs.

I have ridden the 2015, 2016, and 2017 versions, and this is by far the most refined model yet.

Any other questions feel free to ask :)

- Brandon

Is this a mod that could be retro fitted to a 2016 version bschmidt?

Thanks in advance

Edited by wise

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On ‎8‎/‎25‎/‎2017 at 2:24 AM, wise said:

Is this a mod that could be retro fitted to a 2016 version bschmidt?

Thanks in advance

Not that I know of unfortunately.

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