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Old 12-17-2009, 02:44 AM   #1
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Chain/Sprokets for my 04 zx10r

I wanna stunt it, i know this is prolly not my most optimum bike for stuntin BUT it's what i got, i wanna know what sprokets and/or chain should i go with, sizes and brand, thanks for any advice.
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Old 12-17-2009, 08:04 AM   #2
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any you can find. i wouldnt worry about sprockets yet. not gunna do anything but make it more touchy and harder to be smooth. big sprockets arent for learning.
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Old 12-17-2009, 09:21 AM   #3
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any you can find. i wouldnt worry about sprockets yet. not gunna do anything but make it more touchy and harder to be smooth. big sprockets arent for learning.
+1, especially on that bike!

Are you wanting to do slow stuff or freeway?

For that bike till you get it down I'd go max -1 c/s and +1 rear.

If you're new to the game depending on what side of town you're on hook up with some of the local stunters and they can help ease your learning curve.
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I cant wait to hear how stoppies go.
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BTW, Luinstra on here started stunting one of those when they first came out.
He was one half of Outer Limitz Freestyle before he hung it up to take his son motocrossing. Try pm'ing him.
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since your on teh northside im sure patrick is more than capable of helping you get that bike set up. all depends on what you wanna do.
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I've gotton to a point where i pretty much rap out my RPM on first gear power whelies, 2nd gear clutch ups is what im working on now just not sure if its me or my gearing that inhibiting me, I would definately rather parking lots to freeeways nothing against anyone that does it but, its to risky for me(yes i know parking lots arent exactly safe), anyone willing to help me or just down to ride i dont know many SAFE spots to ride, PM anytime; im outa state right now maybe home around x-mas.
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If you want to learn how to slow a wheelie down grab a 50 and learn rear brake control. Not saying you can't learn without it, but its wayyyy cheaper and the learning curve advantage a 50 gives you is ridiculous!!!
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If you want to learn how to slow a wheelie down grab a 50 and learn rear brake control. Not saying you can't learn without it, but its wayyyy cheaper and the learning curve advantage a 50 gives you is ridiculous!!!
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from the side? please explain
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dont listen to miguel hes gay buy a 50! power wheelies will be worse with big sprockets. best advice is get a 50!
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+1 big sprokets in the wrong rpms are big trouble
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i messt with it a little ,not the gay song tough i didnt put it on there
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i think i suck the most thats why im the last in top friends,btw whoever made that cant spell too good,sum one needs to do their home work instead of watchin stunt videos.
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that would be blade money p lol
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that would be spelled "wheelie"
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thred jack

but seriusly the 1000cc is enough to make wheelies,the bottom line i think is that it comes from the heart,you gata ride constantly, seat time is what makes you good,unless your kevin because hes just good he was born good he excelence
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