You can heat it with a torch and bend it back. As far as a 60 mph "reliable" build... These are 2 strokes so there's always maintenance but closest I've seen is maybe a Falcon 911 build, and that was only 55mph. That was from Don Butler also. I run my Minarelli pretty hard most of the time and haven't had any issues in about a year so far and it'll hit 65-70mph , but I don't run it steady that fast. These 2 strokes like a variety of rpms.Wondering if anyone has ever seen an enthusiast build capable of reliably traveling 60 for long periods of time? Just curious as to how far people have taken this hobby to. Also unrelated, someone hit me yesterday with their car (more of a love tap, gotta love slip lanes....) and they bent my pedal in a bit so now it hits the frame of my bike a little and its kind of annoying. Should I bent it back and if so how or should I just replace the damn things?