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4 Must-Do Upgrades to Improve the Performance of Your Surron Bikes

Surron bikes are an impressive piece of machinery, but their performance can be improved with a few simple upgrades. Saying again, Surron bikes are some of the best bikes on the market. However, even these high-tech machines need some tweaking to fully reach their potential and perform at an elite level for all types of riding conditions.

In this blog post, we’ll cover some  Surron bike modifications to improve your bike’s performance.

  • SM Wheel Kit

This is the modification you should do first if you can afford it. The SM Wheel Kit increases your bike’s turning performance by 15% by increasing the rim diameter. It has a width of 0.85 inches and comes in a variety of colors, including gold and silver. It’s made out of 6061 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, yet it weighs only 24 ounces. This rim kit can be fitted to any Surron bike.

  • Sump Guard Pro & Extended

A couple of years ago, people who had tanks of their Surron bikes bumped by something, especially when they hit jumps, started wondering if the stock or factory sump guard could be improved upon. And they discovered that the factory sump guard was way too small to prevent a bump from causing a crack in the sump, especially for smaller riders (under 5’4′). This then prompted the creation of extensions for the stock sump guards. The extended guards extend your vision and protect more of your tank from bumps.

  • Primary Drive Chain Upgrade

A common upgrade to the performance of Surron bikes with a belt drive is a Primary Drive chain. Don’t let its small size fool you. If you can afford it, this chain makes a great addition to your bike’s performance. A Primary Drive chain reduces the friction losses moving through a belt drive system by increasing the number of contact points on the drive train. It also helps reduce stress and wear in the belt components.

  • Final Drive Sprockets

If you’re looking to improve the acceleration of your Surron bike, then changing its sprockets is the way to go. The Surron’s stock final drive sprockets are a great setup, but they can always be replaced with a larger set of final drive sprockets. They reduce the number of gears needed in the transmission, therefore shortening gear ratios, and have a larger engagement portion on the teeth of the chain that helps with acceleration.

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