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Question sprocket help - August 19, 2006, 02:04 AM

i have a 98 zx7r with d&d slipon,lowerd 1in,airbox mod,and jetted. i put down 120whp. it's time for a new sprocket and chain and im looking for some info. im thinking of going up 2 in the back and down 1 in front.
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August 19, 2006, 09:21 AM

what info are you looking for? Sounds like you know what you want.


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August 19, 2006, 09:40 AM

get a 520 conversion , vortex sprockets , and unless u want to pull wheelies all the time , i wouldnt touch the front sprocket , plus your bike will rev out alot quick meaning less top end , if anything i would just jump it up 2 in the back , remeber goin down 1 tooth in the front is like jumping 3 up on the rear


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