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Old 09-09-2009, 08:48 AM   #1
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KLX 110 gearing question

How are you guys gearing your KLX110's for adults? Mines just a pit bike but with the stock gearing is a . It has a 33t rear sprocket. Should go up on the rear or down on the front? Im 170lbs, Thanks
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Old 09-09-2009, 08:50 AM   #2
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Just a pit bike? Are you ridding it in the dirt?

If it is just a pit bike I would just learn how to ride it like it is.
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Old 09-09-2009, 09:13 AM   #3
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I loved my stock gearing. . .even after I added the 134 kit
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Mines got a 39T rear.
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Old 09-09-2009, 09:48 AM   #5
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to contribute to the thread. . .I would add to the rear before dropping from the front on that klx110
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I still have the stock gearing but added a 4th gear shift drum and a fully live clutch. I'm happy with it.
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Old 09-09-2009, 01:31 PM   #7
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Just a pit bike? Are you ridding it in the dirt?

If it is just a pit bike I would just learn how to ride it like it is.
Has nothing to do with learning how to ride it, I have raced all types of bikes for 26yrs. I just wanted a little more umph down low. Right now I can put it in 1st, plant my feet on the ground, gas the bike and it not go anywhere. Cant even ride a wheelie (and its not my skills), its just geared wrong. Its an 08 klx110
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Has nothing to do with learning how to ride it, I have raced all types of bikes for 26yrs. I just wanted a little more umph down low. Right now I can put it in 1st, plant my feet on the ground, gas the bike and it not go anywhere. Cant even ride a wheelie (and its not my skills), its just geared wrong. Its an 08 klx110
I woldn't go that far. . .my 110 would wheelie in any gear with stock displacement and gearing
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I woldn't go that far. . .my 110 would wheelie in any gear with stock displacement and gearing
Ill make a deal with you. Lets meet up and if you cant ride a wheelie on my bike, you pay for my new chain and sprockets. Maybe I just have a for a klx. My buddy has a stock one with exhaust and his will run off and leave mine and he weighs more than me

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Ill make a deal with you. Lets meet up and if you cant ride a wheelie on my bike, you pay for my new chain and sprockets. Maybe I just have a for a klx. My buddy has a stock one with exhaust and his will run off and leave mine and he weighs more than me
Can I have your bike if I can loop that , really.
Send a pm.
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haha i learned on a 110 stock. it is skills. get u some of them
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and i could do 3rd gear wheelies. on a clapped out stocker. with knobbies.
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haha i learned on a 110 stock. it is skills. get u some of them
My 110 was a riot in stock form. . .smooth power delivery and brakes make for fun whoolies around the block!!!

To the OP, I'll take your bet, but if i can wheelie it, wtf do i get?
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My 110 was a riot in stock form. . .smooth power delivery and brakes make for fun whoolies around the block!!!

To the OP, I'll take your bet, but if i can wheelie it, wtf do i get?
What sounds fair?
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post pics of said 110. might be my old
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post pics of said 110. might be my old
Its not and you old dose not even look the same. The new owner put new rings on it.
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Old 09-10-2009, 12:32 PM   #17
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what is stock gearing on the 08's?
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