Like everyone is saying, you don't need to change a thing from stock. It will pull a train with 200 cars linked without issue.i am considering buying a tw200. my uses would be just around town on 35mph roads with most of my time spent in the desert or the mountains. i am wondering about the first gear on the tw200 with stock sprockets. how slow can you go in first gear up hills or in very technical and difficult terrain without losing power or riding the clutch?
to put it in perspective i used to own and ride a rokon 2 wheel drive atv. the thing i liked a lot about it is that you could do 2 or 3 miles and hour with lots of power available to you at those speeds and so could do some pretty gnarly terrain at very slow speeds. i am wanting to recreate some of that capability with the tw2oo.
im wondering if i ought to change my sprockets to get a really slow climbing gear.