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    tw200 nitrous ???

    Was wondering if any one out there was crazy enough to try it or will I be the first I'm looking at purchasing another tw to play with does any one even make a kit small enuf for it

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    I recall our youthful member Jon posting a kit he found months ago that gave about 20 seconds of nitrous oxide in a 200 cc power plant but I don't think anyone ever followed up on it. Try searching e-bay or Amazon. Most of us accept the TW for what it is and give up dreams of making it a fire breathing monster and focus instead on the bike's inherent strengths. Good luck and have fun.
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    Interesting idea, but I think the clutch would need some work to handle any more power.
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    Well - after exhaustive research (three seconds) - Yamaha TW 125 TW 200 E R S Trailway Nitrous Oxide Kit & Boost Bottle | eBay

    Get a mate to video it - because we don't like looking at sky ...........
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    That could be as humorous as injecting methamphetimine into a sloth.
    The whole concept of the TW is to go slow enough to smell the roses and enjoy the ride.
    The gains you would get still won't equal what you would get by purchasing a larger bike and would in all likelyhood cost more and not last long.
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    https://tw200forum.com/forum/performa...-no-doubt.html

    Don't know about nitrous, but here's a TW with a turbo charger. Post 26 for photo's. Pretty impressive I think...for what it is...
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    OK LittleTroublemaker, truth time: Is that really your TurboWagon Widowmaker on post #26? .....Wait, I don't want to know! Think I would rather believe you have time to post so much because your super fast TW gets you home so quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    OK LittleTroublemaker, truth time: Is that really your TurboWagon Widowmaker on post #26? .....Wait, I don't want to know! Think I would rather believe you have time to post so much because your super fast TW gets you home so quickly.
    What??!! LT now stands for "LittleTroublemaker"??? ha ha ha ha You're funny Fred!! I'm glad you are feeling better bro. No, that's not mine, but you have to admit, it's pretty impressive, isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phelonius View Post
    That could be as humorous as injecting methamphetimine into a sloth.
    The whole concept of the TW is to go slow enough to smell the roses and enjoy the ride.
    The gains you would get still won't equal what you would get by purchasing a larger bike and would in all likelyhood cost more and not last long.
    I have a 2015 tw and found a 06 for 500 it needs a seat has some wiring issues the guy said mice got in to it speedo doesn't work but it runs so I figure why not use it as the test dummy and have some fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    I recall our youthful member Jon posting a kit he found months ago that gave about 20 seconds of nitrous oxide in a 200 cc power plant but I don't think anyone ever followed up on it. Try searching e-bay or Amazon. Most of us accept the TW for what it is and give up dreams of making it a fire breathing monster and focus instead on the bike's inherent strengths. Good luck and have fun.
    The credit goes to Purple, that's where I got the link in the first place.
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