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I have a 96se roadsmith trike.At about 60 mph I am turning about 3000rpm's .I'm trying to find out if that is what the 2wheeler does?:?:action:
 

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Triker Mike wrote:
I have a 96se roadsmith trike.At about 60 mph I am turning about 3000rpm's .I'm trying to find out if that is what the 2wheeler does?:?:action:
On my 2000se @ 3000 rpm I'm doing 67 mph
 

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Triker Mike wrote:
I have a 96se roadsmith trike.At about 60 mph I am turning about 3000rpm's .I'm trying to find out if that is what the 2wheeler does?:?:action:
The builder may have opted for a slighter higher rear axle ratio so the engine would pull the trike just as strong as it did as a two wheeler.

I would suggest you don't have any problems pulling uphill grades.
 

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NaturalyGW wrote:
Triker Mike wrote:
I have a 96se roadsmith trike.At about 60 mph I am turning about 3000rpm's .I'm trying to find out if that is what the 2wheeler does?:?:action:
On my 2000se @ 3000 rpm I'm doing 67 mph
Was the same on my '90 and '99 Wing's.
 

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According to the speedo I'm running 70 at 3000 RPM. However, according to GPS, my speedo is off about 4 MPH.
 

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Thanx to all who replied. Now I feel mo-betta:clapper::clapper::clapper::coollep:
 
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