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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-08-2013, 09:58 PM Thread Starter
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What's your sprocket ratio?

Curious to see what ratio people are running and how they like it versus stock.
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I'm happy with my stock setup.


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Same here, I'm happy with the stock set-up. :D

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happy with stock as well

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Stock gear, by 520 size tho,
Using Driven sprocket kit by motomummy.

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Gearing

I'm running standard UK/European gearing (16F/41R), using Renthal sprockets, which is more than sufficient for my needs. The only time I will alter my gearing is for trackdays if required. If I do alter my gearing to suit a particular track I will always return it to stock afterwards.
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Stock on street
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happy with both.

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-1/+2 Driven Front and Rear Sprocket

At first I didn't like how 65mph was at 6k rpm when it was around >5k before. I thought I would have to fill up more often because it sounded like it was about to explode. But its been a year and I didn't see too much of a difference at the pump and I've grown accustomed to the sound. (Gotta love Leo V) You'll definitely notice more "pep in her step" off the line or light

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-1 +1. even here top end is pretty limited.
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-1/+2 Driven Front and Rear Sprocket

At first I didn't like how 65mph was at 6k rpm when it was around >5k before. I thought I would have to fill up more often because it sounded like it was about to explode. But its been a year and I didn't see too much of a difference at the pump and I've grown accustomed to the sound. (Gotta love Leo V) You'll definitely notice more "pep in her step" off the line or light

Also, check out Jason at Sport Bike Track Gear. EXT 210 FTW!!!
i love it, glad i made the switch
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