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Suzuki Gearing questions for racer/track guys - September 6, 2010, 06:12 PM

What size sprockets are you guys running? I looked at my rear sprocket and it a 42 tooth and I believe the front is a 15...I think stock is 16 and 43..


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i'm -1/+2 or 15/46 on my GSXR

big torque for the exit - quick acceleration for quick passing - top end loss is noticeable way up in the power band at very high speeds, but by the time you notice it, you've reached the brake marker and the torque takes over and you're back in the fight. It's a great set up for the twisties.

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What you know about the twisties?? Lol


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September 6, 2010, 07:54 PM

I always start off with -1 and stock when I put a new bike out....sometimes stock.
then I do -1F/+1R then -1F/+2R.
I do this to slowly get use to the difference. Then again this is on a 1000 so I normaly dont like to jump straight into -1F/+2R.

Over the years and the bikes this final ratio have always work out the best. On my 600 I ended up with a -1/+3 and it felt almost like my -1/stock 1000 except it shifted faster and top out quicker...but pull felt the same.


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I havent been getting the drive that I want out of the turns that I want. the rear is below stock so I am at LEAST going to try +1 on the rear...

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