Looking for recommendations on how I can smooth out the power delivery at part throttle. I was out at a North Georgia ORV Area (Beasley Nob for those who are familiar with this area)with SERIOUS hill climbs and elevation changes. Trails were filled with ruts, roots, rocks an boulders. These were the toughest trails I have ever ridden. I was having a real problem keeping the front wheel down even while practically sitting on the gas tank. When additional speed/power was needed, it was comming on way too quickly. For this type of hill climbing it would seem like the power needs to come on smoother. The only mods I have made so far is the throttle stop and air box cover removal. For this kind of riding I am thinking a larger rear sprocket would be a big help. I am also thinking some of the carb mods may help with the abrupt power delivery while hill climbing. Thanks for helping, Bruce.