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Hi Jamie

I just moved your post into the "Sprockets, chains and gearing" sub-forum wink

Lots of info there but, if you are asking if there is a better sprocket combination for you personally, best to say what type of riding you do and, if offroad, how techical, etc.

Cheers

Brian



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Probably been asked umpteenth times but what the advantages of changing the sprockets From the standards?

better pull away? More top end? 

 



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Green laning mainly Brian and getting to the green lanes through A and B roads

Average speeds on green lanes about 20-25 mph and finding that I am constantly going from 2nd and 3rd gear back to second. As

second gear seems to be high revving and 3rd gear you can hear the cam change bouncing around as the revs are too low


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