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The mito already has carbon reeds as standard, i can't see it making any difference at all tbh. I haven't bought any so i cant say for sure.
 

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The only difference it can make is to give crisper throttle response, the mito is already pretty responsive and also comes with carbon reeds as standard, no point.
 

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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
the expence is not an issue as the guy i brought my bike off had them fitted already, when i open the throttle, there is a bit of latency between me opeing the throttle and the power kicking in, is that the result of a dodgy sprocket ratio or a slightly slack chain ?
 

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the expence is not an issue as the guy i brought my bike off had them fitted already, when i open the throttle, there is a bit of latency between me opeing the throttle and the power kicking in, is that the result of a dodgy sprocket ratio or a slightly slack chain ?
more likley carb set up/cable set up than the v force(i wouldn't mind to try some v force blocks on my 350
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i rode my mates bike today, which is also a mito but its completly standard except the de-restriction, and the throttle responce on his is sh*t compaired to mine, just a shame that mine is still sh*t slow compaired to his for some reason
 

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Hi !

im at the moment very close to buy VF2 for my cagiva. is there any1 who could calculate/change these USA type inches into europian millimetres.. might sound silly but those given inches as they are written are mess to mi..

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markus

Top drawing
A; 1 5/8" (1.625")
B; 1 3/4" (1.75")
F: 3/16" (.1875")

Bottom Drawing
A; 1 1/4" (1.25")
C; 1 1/2" (1.5")
D; 2 1/16" (2.0625")
E; 2 13/16" (2.8125")

The dimensions of the cylinder side are 1 5/8" (1.625") by 2 1/2" (2.5").
 
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