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hi.

 

just bought a 2014 ossa 300i and i wonder what the top speed is? have not got it yet (transport) and there is ice on the road so i can`t try it now. :blush:

 

I will drive it on trails and there will be some dirt roads also so it would be nice if it could run close to 70 km/h..

 

if not, where can i buy sprockets?

 

best regards :)  / new beginner swede  :icon_rendeer: 

 

 

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Think it would go that fast but not for long.Why is it important?You could gear it up but it would be worse in a trial and trials bikes get a bit sketchy at speed

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6th is pretty high bike was fine on standard gearing in the Scottish.

 

A couple of teeth of the rear would be ok as first is lowish.

 

Would sit at 50 mph all day long .

 

I'm sure you're aware modern bikes are rubbish on the road and the tyres fall to bits after a few 100 miles. 

 

Happy motoring.

 

As an aside the bike was running 50.1 premix which is miles richer than the 100.1 plus recommended.

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hi.

 

just bought a 2014 ossa 300i and i wonder what the top speed is? have not got it yet (transport) and there is ice on the road so i can`t try it now. :blush:

 

I will drive it on trails and there will be some dirt roads also so it would be nice if it could run close to 70 km/h..

 

if not, where can i buy sprockets?

 

best regards :)  / new beginner swede  :icon_rendeer:

A bit of topic but...

Is it the Stihl edition that was for sale on "blocket"?

 

/Christian

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6th is pretty high bike was fine on standard gearing in the Scottish.

A couple of teeth of the rear would be ok as first is lowish.

Would sit at 50 mph all day long .

I'm sure you're aware modern bikes are rubbish on the road and the tyres fall to bits after a few 100 miles.

Happy motoring.

As an aside the bike was running 50.1 premix which is miles richer than the 100.1 plus recommended.

Ok, Nice than i wont be disappointed.I dont think Its a problem driving a trial at 70km/h between 2 trails for example if its just 1km or so. And of course one has to give it some more oil if it revs more than normal trial driving.

 

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A bit of topic but...

Is it the Stihl edition that was for sale on "blocket"?

/Christian

No, i saw that one also. I think it was a fare price.. Edited by caseih

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I've had my Explorer (same as 280i) to about 60mph and it had more- cruises 50mph easily.

 

I run 100:1 and have around 250 hours on it.

  not very fun on the road, but I do have it street plated.

 

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I;ve never heard or seen that question asked about a trials bike .... By a trials rider ...

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Loads of folk up here just trail ride, never see them at a "regular" trial.

 

Frankly I don't blame them,look at your average trial with all the different classes,routes and rules.

 

It's nonsense,

 

 

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There is a Map for Road work that can be loaded alongside a standard Trials Map. It runs the bike a little richer for extended road use. Might be worth seeing if it has it.

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There is a Map for Road work that can be loaded alongside a standard Trials Map. It runs the bike a little richer for extended road use. Might be worth seeing if it has it.

I am almost sure it doesn't have that, it's a factory but he did not tell me anything about road map..

How do i install different maps? I guess i will need some wiring loom and a computer of some kind?

I have over 700km to the ossa shop so if i can change maps myself it would be great.

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Loads of folk up here just trail ride, never see them at a "regular" trial.

Frankly I don't blame them,look at your average trial with all the different classes,routes and rules.

It's nonsense,

I dont think it's weird either. I think a trial is awesome to just play around with in the forest and so on, compared to a motocross.

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