that should be no problem, the only reason they set it so high is becuase the engine needs more momentum for the piston to idle cleanly, and the manufacture doesn't want them to shake at lower rpms (it will be more pronounced, but it will not hurt the engine)I found only those two:
is it correct ?
and if i set idle rpm for example to 2400, is it enough for lubrication engine, because in manual is written 3200
I'm assuming you have a friction driveSo idle set to 2400 and change spring for 2650 and do not leaving bicycle on idle for long time
do you have experience with climbing hills, or offroad with rpm 3000-3500, i need go slowly because there ara bad contidions, stones, mud, ore threes
thank you and sorry for my english
With the right gearing it should have plenty of power.No friction. I have mountan bike 27,5x3.0 and dirty tires. So that i need twho gears. On road 15-30km/h 3500-6000 and off road 4,5-8,5km/h. Now making primitiv transmission with manual shifting - no derailleur mus stop and with my hand change.
I have chain 1/2 1/4 and sprocket wheels 10 and 34. So this is problem.
Have you experience with gx35 and rpm around 3000 in hills ? Have engine enough power ?