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October 19, 2002, 09:40 PM

I love the new Sportec M1\'s i just got on my bike. But i have a problem...

i cant bring my front wheel up anymore (well, its super hard now at least...)

I went back to Rhoad;s cycles where they installed the tires... I was thinkin maybe i cant bring my front wheel up anymore because they tightened my chain by bringing my wheel back...

but they said it could be an air filter or a problem with the gas i used (first time using gas from this exxon near my house)... i have hesitation in the gas when im tryin to pull up the wheel. I dunno, has anyone ever had a similar problem? I bring the rpms to about 6000 from a light... then let off a centimeter, and bring it back on and then some... i used to be able to bring it up no problem, and even ride it out a bit... but now, i can only get it an inch or so off tha ground and then the bike seems to give up...

Even when im in second and give it a jolt of sudden gas, it seems to be less of a pull...

a stab in the dark here... wondering if anyone\'s encountered this... gas? air filter? chain too tight? im a dumbass?


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