Originally Posted by The Nam3less
change sprocket.... but it will take away from top end. if you dont have a gen 4 you will need a speedo healer to correct the difference on your gauges.
i'll look into the sprocket but i don't like the idea of changing the bikes overall speed, when the bikes rolling theirs no problem its when its at a stop (especially going up a hill) the lack of low mid torque appears (again i think its a side effect of the racecams). as it is i would rev to roughly 3500 rpm's and let the clutch out; at that point the bike begins to creep forward and I would just hold the clutch their for about 2 - 3 seconds which is way to long.. And if I let the clutch out anymore the engine will bog down into a stall..
Sorry for the rant, I do love my bike; it makes 200hp at the crank before ram-air as a result of the two bros full race exhaust and again the racecams its just starting from a dead stop that im not particularly proud of.