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i changed to a 15t in the front and a 46t in the back.
(-1/+3 in the rear) They are drive sprockets and a ex 520 chain.
I was wondering if anyone knows the correct nunber of links i need to have.
thanks. (2006 600)
 

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agreed.

what made you chose -1 +3 thats like +5.5ish in the rear?
I originally ordered -1/+2 from a driven dealer on eBay. Then I got an email saying they were out of the 45t steel sprockets and they were on back order. So they offered me the 46t instead. I took the offer since im trying to learn to do wheelies. Now im not sure if that was a smart decision since I also use my bike for commuting to school
 

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d00d you dont need sprockets to wheelie. im not a big wheelier but you can easily power up with stock gearing and super easily with -1. being that i come from a dirt biking background i've known how to wheelie for a long time. popping the clutch to wheelie is the way most people that wheelie often do it, its much more controlled than just powering it up. and when you clutch up im betting you're going to wish you didnt have that gearing...

good luck man be safe. please practice somewhere safe, and wear your gear.
 
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