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Do I need to remap after sprocket changes?

I'll be getting my bike custom mapped soon and I was just curious on something... I might be going down one tooth in front later this summer. Do I need to change the map if I change the gearing. Im guessing no, but not positive.

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nope.. Sprockets dont change how the engine runs, just how the power is delivered..
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nope.. Sprockets dont change how the engine runs, just how the power is delivered..

Cool. Thanks. Kinda figured that but wasn't positive.

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