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Old 01-28-2010, 06:49 PM   #1
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what is the best gearing for the katy track on a 100?

I'll tell you what we ran when I get home and look at the bike.
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15-42 (2.80) to 15-44 (2.93) can get you in the 50-52 second range.

I will say though that your lighter and should be able to get away with taller gearing, and it may be different then what a 180-210lb rider may use.
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im 140-135 pounds if that helps
I'm going to try and "not" get too much into it - but gearing is one of things that vary from person to person.

What I may consider twitchy (think high rpms on a 2-storke) coming out of a corner - you may actually like..

Develop your own style/liking and play around with gearing
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