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BalintHU

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Sporcket change, better acceleration
« on: February 10, 2018, 08:41:11 PM »

Guys, i would like to adjust the bikes gearing ratio.
Mostly i ride 50-60km to get into  the hills, then I'm cornering.

I would like to get a bit more power, without a big cut on my top end.
If i go down one teeth at the front sprocket, and one teeth up at the rear sprocket, does it help to me? (Or it wont not be a significally sensible change.) If i try this should i change my chain(Stock)?
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Any other idea what should by the best sprocket change to keep my top speed and crusing speed as near to the stock as it possible and make the bike a bit more playful?


Thank you!


Btw, i didnt bought tha 650's shock, I've ordered the new KYB shock. I hope it will be good, and a bit stiffer than the old stock.
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Re: Sporcket change, better acceleration
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2018, 02:09:09 PM »


Changing the front is drastic. Do you enjoy changing gear a lot?
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Re: Sporcket change, better acceleration
« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2018, 11:06:53 PM »

What does it mean? How much top end will be lost? I thought / calculated there will be ~400-500 rpm more at the same gear and speed if i put up the 13 teeth sporcket.

Any way to sacrafise some top end for a better acceleration?

I Up and Downhill a lot because live near to a "small mountain" and there are many really cool serpentines. (That was the reason why i had to change the old shock abs, finally installed a brand new KYB "GT250RC", this one isnt filled with oil, the sticker tell it has Nitrogen Gas, wow. O.o)
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Re: Sporcket change, better acceleration
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2018, 12:43:04 AM »

Try just changing the rear sprocket first and see how that goes .
One step at a time .
Cloud is right , it's a bit drastic what you plan on doing .
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Re: Sporcket change, better acceleration
« Reply #4 on: April 16, 2018, 05:43:07 AM »

Okey thanks, to all!
My actual chain set doesnt have too much left.
Next time Im going to buy a stock and a +2teeth rear.
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