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Hitting Mnnthbx up on a sprocket, curious if I will need a new chain or should it fit ok?
36 T rear sprocket will be no problem for the chain.Hitting Mnnthbx up on a sprocket, curious if I will need a new chain or should it fit ok?
Went two up on mine and have been very happy with it. Ran stock chain initially but once it stretched I replaced it with an O-ring.
True but it is generally better for a chain to run with larger sprockets than smaller sprockets. Plus a $6 front sprocket leaves me with the crappy looking factory rear. I like the bling of my rear sprocket.you do know going -1 in the front is almost identical as going +2 in the rear, and its alot cheaper, were talking about $6 front sprocket or $40 for the rear
15/34 - 2.26
14/34 - 2.42
15/36 - 2.40
2.4 and 2.42 is pretty close IMO
im going -1/-2
14/34 - 2.28 close to stock, but i loose alot of spinning inertia on the front/rear sprockets, should be good, i did the same thing on my r1 i went -2/-2
and this is a common thing to do, even though people dont think its that common, you have to remember the bike makes 9hp on a good day, shedding some weight here and there will only help it
Is your mileage accurate @ 25?
Pretty sure it is in the trans. If you change gearing and want to correct the speedo you are going to need to do it electronically. I used a Blue Monkey Speedo Healer on my jeep but I went from 30 to 35 inch tires so it was way off.A little question here.....
Where is the pick up point for the speedo MPH reading?
Here's 5 dealers off the top of my head. Sorry to the site supporters I missed.Where is everyone buying their front sprockets from?