You will know for sure if you remove the CVT cover, mark the wheel(or gear) and the clutch cover. Rotate the clutch cover, counting revolutions, watching the output shaft spline or the wheel. I suspect that most will use the same ratio for 10" and 12" wheel sizes. I have one with 13" wheels in the garage, but I have not counted to see... I was going to replace the gears in the gearcase, actually bought new, but just replaced all the ball bearings & seals. The gears I bought were exactly the same as what was in the original. Except for the fact their supplier sold them gears that were oversize in diameter, the gears were exact duplicates. I had to provide pictures of the old and new, along with a micrometer showing the problem measure and even emailed back to the China support crew. They found the gears sold were incorrect. Guess no one else bought them?? Anyway, I would bet the ratio is the same. It seems most of the 'performance' gears are the last pair in the geartrain, and several ratios are available(at least on aliexpress). The gears in the 150cc(and larger) machines are similar in design, but I expect them to be larger to handle the higher torque and power. tom
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Fox: I don't really know how to say this but straight. I am Dave's Girlfriend Kellilee and bluntly and VERY SADLY he passed away early Tuesday morning. I know he would want ya all to know this. Thank You Brent for befriending my love he was very happy on here!
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