I always retained the stock gearing.
That’s one combination I haven’t tried yet. Perhaps I should, my area is hilly and twisty toads too15/35 for me. I love that.
Try a DID NZ3, they're brillI've got the standard gearing on mine. I'm 100kg, and live in hilly Yorkshire....taking into account its a 125, I couldn't ask for any more...I will however want to upgrade the chain at some stage. It stretches like knicker elastic...
Thanks for the suggestion. I've ordered one today. I'm just going to chuck the standard one and replace it. My bike has only done 1,000 miles, so not worried about the sprockets...Try a DID NZ3, they're brill
Yes, they’re the ones I was thinking ofKitako ones are nice.
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Just ordered some, and the wheel spacers too based on one of your previous posts, I agree it is a real pain lining everything up to get the back wheel back.that's the ones i have.
New adjusters, spacers and sprocket fitted. Not added it all up, but lots of unsprung weight saved. The Kitaco spacers stayed in place during assembly much better than the stock ones, I think just because they are so much lighter. Just waiting for the sun to return for a test ride.the kitaco wheel spacers or G-CRAFT ones?