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Old 10-11-2010, 11:46 PM   #1
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im doing staggered, rear peg, SS, and flamingos on stock sprockets.. (freeway).. I want to go up on my sprocket so, im thinking 15/45(-1+2) total 48 in the rear or 15/47(-1+4)total 50. Any input, advice, opinions, experience would help and b appreciated thanx lmk
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Old 10-11-2010, 11:54 PM   #2
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how are you with balance point? must be pretty good seeing you can do freeway staggered.. im assuming youre in 2nd right? i have a stock front sprocket and a stock f4i rear sprocket. comes up super quick
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yea i got bp no prob.. jus need a better setup so it comes up easier and less power needed to keep it up.. im still doing freeway so ima run 15/47 then see about lot later
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Old 10-12-2010, 12:37 AM   #4
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+1 fiddys still put me in my place lol but using the rear brake is key. i hit balance point all the time, but im just not comfortable with it.
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, i just had to relearn what balance point was.....

Been off riding for about a year, you tend to forget a thing or two....
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no need for sprockets if all ur doing is freeway.. and if u got bp down then jsut keep doing what ur doing.. do u have brake control? cause sprockets is prolly just going to make u loop if u dont have brake control
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Old 10-12-2010, 11:26 AM   #8
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if you're rocking stock, no need to change it. -1+2 is what I used back then. It'll bring up 4th with a little bounce. 2nd and 3rd no problem.
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no need for sprockets if all ur doing is freeway.. and if u got bp down then jsut keep doing what ur doing.. do u have brake control? cause sprockets is prolly just going to make u loop if u dont have brake control
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brake is second nature... i use a HB setup wen doin seat standers and rear peg.. i plan to do a few more things on freeway then get to slow wheelies in the lot... so thats the reason for the sprockets its almost transition time lol
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i ordered 15/47.. i hope its enough
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I have a 48 on the rear & it doesn't seem like enough to me but that's just my opinion I would feel more comfotable with a 55. I'm not hitting balance yet but it seems that when I clutch up I still have to accel faster to keep it up
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Are you doing staggered on stock pegs? Cause when I tried my body felt to crunched and I hear you can swap the rear for a more comfortable foot position but I don't know what they swap with. Anyone know ?
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well i dont think you can relocate the rear pegs. maybe they got more comfortable pegs? like fatter ones..
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Are you doing staggered on stock pegs? Cause when I tried my body felt to crunched and I hear you can swap the rear for a more comfortable foot position but I don't know what they swap with. Anyone know ?
Omr subcage... the reason it feels like ur having to give more throttle to keep it up is becuz u do.. ur still chasing redline. the rr has a high bp. Once ur at bp the bike gets light and the throttle gets light and very little input is needed even on stock sprockets. I wouldn't go up anymore on ur sprockets if ur not at bp yet.. and always cover ur brake!.
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well im right under balance as of 1 day ago and i hit balance once but i got nervous and put it back down. i guess i should just keep rockin the 48 then till i get it down
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no brakes on the freeway ftw
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no hand brake is what i mean, no room for mistakes.
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lol i was bout to say lol... bringing ur wheel down.. how will u stop period lol
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