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Old 03-08-2007, 09:06 PM   #1
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Default Finally Drove my new savage *pic enclosed*

Today i finally got to drive my new savage, well, it is a used one, but it runs like a dream. I actually got a blister from the pull start, learned my lesson on that. I am in love! Just kidding, but this is a big step from a mini-t, Lot faster, and alot more fun, i took it on the street for a bit to get the hang of it, then i took i back on a bike trail near my house, it was a blast, and i didnt crash once (for my first time, thats good, i crashed my mini-t....a Mini-t...come on lol)

****Im so happy with it, i would like to get some more power out of it, is there anyway to up it just a bit to the point of doing a wheelie off the line? it seemed like the throttle had a delay when i was running it. Any suggestions?

Thanks! heres a picture of my pretty much stock savage!

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