Re: The X18-R Nitro Super Bike
Getting random stuff makes you spend a lot of money but not get any performance out of it. The best thing is to figure out a plan on what you want done to the bike when you have done all that you want and then start working towards that goal. There are a lot of parts out there that are great but will work like crap unless you use them with parts that work well with it. For example: a 20mm carb is probably the best on a relatively stock bike but slightly modified bikes like to run a 22mm and big bore and big cam 110s like a 24mm and even a 26mm. So, it would be a bad idea to blow your money on a 20mm carb right now when you will replace it down the road when you do other work. Let us know what your bike will have on it when you are done and we will help steer you in the right order of getting parts to get to that level.