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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

math

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

14/32 - 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
I went +1 on the front sprocket from the stock sprocket
 

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Has anyone gone down 1 in front and up 1 or 2 in the rear?

Keen on better acceleration

I use mine to go to work and max speed i go is 70kmph (legally)

And my joy rides arent that fast around the 70kmph max 80. Very really will i get to 100 kmph
 

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Thanks for the response.. might just go down 1 on front.. saves me getting new chain also

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I've done 13 and 14 in the front. For the price you can try both pretty cheap but higher speeds will be hurt with a 13, higher speeds with a 14 installed may be possible over stock gearing
 
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