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just some pics from stock to now

stock

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winter tear down, new design

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new elektronics, lights, seats

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new rims and brakes

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actual setup

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My limit is as well 6200. Absolute Top speed was 155km/h = 96mph on a long highway road with 5% slope. RPM were about 5500 in 5th gear.
I drive 215/40R17.

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