Well, one thing is certain: if you upgrade to the BiTurbo pipe without
replacing the stock CDI, max. speed with the new exhaust (and even combined
with longer transmission ratio-27 tooth front sprocket) will never exceed 38
mph, because the RPM limiter kicks in at 8000. This pipe does add top power
and speed, but unfortunatelly takes out most of the low end torque, so your
Targa won't climb hills nearly as good as it did before. A little work on
the manifold could fix this, but that's another story...
>i have a question about the bi-turbo pipe. i have a 2000 A35 Tomos Targa.
>what is the REAL speed improvement? does acceleration decrease with the
>pipe? hill climbing? what about the sprockets? (25th and 27th) how much do
>they improve speed and acceleration? the more info the better because i am
>interested in buying. thanks in advance for being truthful.
> >Mike Cleary