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4 hours ago, roester said:

I think it depends how you ride.  My 2017 Super Smooth 300 suited me because I like to ride on low revs in higher gears and, if you ride it like this, the engine is incredibly flexible, grippy, torquey, predictable and, well... smooth. I think it is much easier to ride than an early (2001 era) 290 Sherco and easier than a 300 Factory. I'm in my late 40s and not particularly fit.  If your riding style is to rev a bike more in lower gears I think even the Super Smooth 300 would be much harder work than a 200.  If you wind the revs up a 300 SS still takes off like a scolded cat!

yes, exactly that, i also ride that way, low revs usually in third using the torque of which there is a load.

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You'd love a set of carbon fiber reeds. Makes the bike an absolute tractor without sacrificing the power anywhere else. The only non-compromise mod I can think of.

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