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Old 03-30-2010, 12:00 AM   #1
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i put a 48 tooth rear sprocket on a 03 600 rr which was 43 teeth stock. My question is why is it difficult to clutch it up ? i have to rev up to 11 rpm just for the front wheel to come up less than a foot. Is this common with rr's so i need something bigger? I have had carburated bikes before and havent had this much trouble with doing wheelies. i dont get it
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i put a 48 tooth rear sprocket on a 03 600 rr which was 43 teeth stock. My question is why is it difficult to clutch it up ? i have to rev up to 11 rpm just for the front wheel to come up less than a foot. Is this common with rr's so i need something bigger? I have had carburated bikes before and havent had this much trouble with doing wheelies. i dont get it
give it to klassik, he'll show you how to do it all stock
kevin is killin it on his 636 and it has stock sprockets....i mean stalls, circles, no problems
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i put a 48 tooth rear sprocket on a 03 600 rr which was 43 teeth stock. My question is why is it difficult to clutch it up ? i have to rev up to 11 rpm just for the front wheel to come up less than a foot. Is this common with rr's so i need something bigger? I have had carburated bikes before and havent had this much trouble with doing wheelies. i dont get it
I don't stunt but going up on sprocket size makes it easier to wheelie, I think we should just trade bikes just put the 43t sprocket back on
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just clutch that bad boy up if it doesnt come up give it more throttle the next time u clutch it up.. ask javi or mike jones they use to rock 600rr they can help u out with sprocket size i beleive
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hey george don't you rock stock sprockets too?
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hey george don't you rock stock sprockets too?
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ur prolly ridin the clutch
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kevin has a 636 im out the loop
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Old 03-30-2010, 07:43 AM   #11
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tires possibly? idk
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Are you using 93 octaine, thats allways the problem.
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My 600rr comes up fairly easy in first. I've got down one up front and up 3 in the back. Even on my old '03 600rr with stock gearing, it came up fairly easy in first as well. Little more rev but nothing around 11 grand that i can remember. That seems just a little high. Also depends on my speed in first gear too.
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Old 03-30-2010, 02:42 PM   #17
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make sure your clutching from a dead stop. def. gunna be more throttle than with sprockets.
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Old 03-30-2010, 03:24 PM   #19
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i put a 48 tooth rear sprocket on a 03 600 rr which was 43 teeth stock. My question is why is it difficult to clutch it up ? i have to rev up to 11 rpm just for the front wheel to come up less than a foot. Is this common with rr's so i need something bigger? I have had carburated bikes before and havent had this much trouble with doing wheelies. i dont get it
you're not doing it right. i can get up on stock even in 3rd with a little bounce and clutch.
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Old 03-30-2010, 08:25 PM   #20
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my tire pressure is 32lbs, and i am slippin it correctly me and repsol stunter used to ride back in the day about a year or two ago and i never had any probs clutchin it up
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