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post #11 of 14 Old 03-12-2017, 12:52 PM
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I read the link provided by Duhastme and it was very interesting and informative. According to that article -1/+1 is plenty for the 2016 zx10r so I will prob go with that first, AFAM hard anodized aluminum rear and steel in front in a 520 format which should be as durable as a 525. I will let you guys know how that works out.
Have you done the setup how does it feel. How much of top end have you lost? Has the torque increased on 2nd and 3rd?

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post #12 of 14 Old 03-21-2017, 01:12 AM
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If your going to do a 520 conversion and daily ride thee street get the 3d chain i run it and its amazing. Do not get a supersprox i have one 40t rear stealth and its trash the center of the sprocket is off so i have super tight and loose spots in my . throwing it out for a renthal 38t rear. I currently as 16f 40rear acceleration is cool top end is 180 im going back to stock gearing. I was able to hit 186 before mods not i have full mods and flash and man i get to redline in 6 super fast so i need to gear to top end a lil more. According to gear commander keeping the 16f and going 38 rear should get me to 187 that enough for e and still have acceleration.
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I opted for a 525 -1/+1 from Renthal and honestly cannot picture going any more aggressive with the gearing unless you wanna spend the entire day on partial throttle, shifting and run out of top end. Near impossible keeping the front down on 1st and 2nd haha. I also believe it's the perfect setup if you want to retain OEM chain. Going with a +2 you might run out of chain from what I read.

DID I MENTION THE BIKE RIDES AWESOME NOW! Definitely a must do mod on these 10's.
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I opted for a 525 -1/+1 from Renthal and honestly cannot picture going any more aggressive with the gearing unless you wanna spend the entire day on partial throttle, shifting and run out of top end. Near impossible keeping the front down on 1st and 2nd haha. I also believe it's the perfect setup if you want to retain OEM chain. Going with a +2 you might run out of chain from what I read.

DID I MENTION THE BIKE RIDES AWESOME NOW! Definitely a must do mod on these 10's.
Not sure where you are located but here is el paso you have so many places to top out . its beautiful for riding. But im -1+1 and i run out of top end very fast. Think stock rear -1 front would be best. Terrain dependant though
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