@ricky0115 Nah, you need to scrap everything you know about the rear wheel and start fresh.
The sprocket size will alter the speed, but that's way way ahead of where you are today.
Ultimately I had my sprockets custom made by renthal, so sprocket sizes are not the issue.
The issue is getting the fitment right.
@ninja I’m pretty sure the front only needs a caliper bracket, but I believe I will need a custom rear spindle, spacers and instead of machining the rear sprocket putting a space on the front sprocket? Anyone know where I should look at getting these made? I’m in Nottingham. Cheers
@calum pulled it apart I can’t post pics but the reeds are mostly closed except for one which was open sometimes it closes and others it don’t and the rest are really weak whereas my am6 reeds look new and are really snappy so I’m gonna change em when I get the dollar and the cable had come out of the notch inside the slide of the carb I’m guessing that’s my fault as I put a strong spring in and was hard to get the cable in so I’ve cut it down to the correct tension I’ve found electrical issue I’ll create a post thank you.