I hear everyone saying -1 +2 but they lose top end can't hit 170. What would be the perfect combination if I still wanna keep some top end I don't want my top end to be 165
On a first Gen because it's geared so high than any other 10R the limit is about what I run to do over 170mph as I run -1/+1 and the speedo healer still reported 180mph @ -11.1 %.....I know that's off a 1-3% max maybe but that's still well into the 170s. On a 2nd Gen 10R I would think a -1 and that's it to stay in the 170s. :dontknow:street but i like to hit in the 170's on the turnpikes n highways gotta keep up with the busas n 14's lol
:+2: I think your right on with your gearing advice I wonder what the gps says about top end difference mph between 17 41 vs 17 42 ?You won't keep up if you change out the gearing cause you will drop a lot. -1 on a 3rd gen on my gps will only do 170-173mph max...I like to say for every tooth you drop up front you drop about 5-7mph or more depending on the bike...
This is for the member above me^^^
In the case of mine -1 up front is actually slow from 0-100mph but it feels fast cause the rpm's sit higher etc etc...
I have tested a lot of setup's for the street and for the 3rd gen 17/41 or 17/42 is the best in my mind...
THIS IS COMING FROM SOMEONE THAT HAS ALL THESE SPROCKETS TOO 15/16/17/18/39/40/41/42/43
yeah...that's loosing alot of Top Speed there...I hit 171mph on my ZX9R no Gearing change :mrgreen:I have a buddy bloo with a 2nd gen and his -1 up front is worse then any thing I have seen. On gps he can only hit 169. something compared to my 3rd gen which is 173. something
my bikes not stock at all but when I first got it on gps it would do 180. something flat with stock gearing and maybe about 178. something going into the wind. But +1 in the rear I'd say would be around 175 or something...+1=3-4mph difference...I have done a lot of testing and tuning with gearing cause a lot of guys around me like to run 9/10th's on the street