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PostSubject: Sprocket upgrades   Wed Jul 22, 2009 3:13 am

I have a 1997 VFR750 stock teeth are 16 front and 43 rear. What would be the best sprocket upgrade, front and rear teeth, to make the thing snap off of the line?
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PostSubject: Re: Sprocket upgrades   Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:49 am

hi, that's a sick bike by the way. anyways i would have to say a 520 conversion kit, or taking 1-2 teeth off the front sprocket and adding 2-3 teeth on your rear, I personally suggest just getting a rear sprocket and upgrade up 2-3 teeth in the rear that is what i did for my 1991 cbr 600 it had a two up in the rear ...it cost me only 65 dollars! and no new chain or modding had to be done. anyways you will be able to get off the line much quicker than stock by just changing the rear sprocket. but it gets better, really you have so many choices! there are rear sprockets that go up 6 teeth. but you would have to buy a new chain for length reasons. but I think you can keep your front 16 tooth as you have it, and get a nice 45 tooth rear sprocket and get off the line much quicker! and save your self some money by getting just a rear. Very Happy also its nice to have you as a member ask ANYTHING you need to. Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Sprocket upgrades   Sun Jul 26, 2009 1:19 pm

welcome.
One tooth on the rear will make a big difference much more then one less tooth on the front. Bang for the buck go for the rear one or two up.

I love the mantaince free nature of my shaft drive but i hate that i can't mess with gearing.
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