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post #1 of 17 Old 03-24-2011, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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Best Sprocket setup for 12" over GEN 1 10R

Bikes stretched and lowered 12 inch's over stock, slip on and filter mods done with shinko rear tire.

Whats a good setup for the track? 16/43? 520 chaain?

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my 05 that got taken was out 12", slip on, pcIII and race tire... i run a 16/44 set up with a 530 chain.. im under 200lbs with gear

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fyi.. be prepared for bashing about the search button...

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my 05 that got taken was out 12", slip on, pcIII and race tire... i run a 16/44 set up with a 530 chain.. im under 200lbs with gear
Ok thanks, my buddy is 155-160 with gear so would that setup still work for him, and not worried about bashing i wont be in this thread once i get a good answer like you have already provided me with lol

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lol... honestly to really know what the best is, is to get a few good passes in with that 16/43 set-up... with his weight he should be able to run decent numbers if he pretty good at the game...

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but IMO a 16/43 or 16/42 would prolly do fine... will this bike be mainly for drag or street riding??

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but IMO a 16/43 or 16/42 would prolly do fine... will this bike be mainly for drag or street riding??
little of both, some highway roll racing and drag strip.

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I used mine on the street more even with 16/44 gearing

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ordered the 16/43 sprockets for the bike, should work well.

Thanks for all the help!

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cool.... let us know how works for you!!!

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