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Old 07-10-2013, 05:18 PM   #1
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HELP!!! 05 zx6r gear ratio

Hey I wanted to change my rear sprocket to +3 and stock in the front. Question is will a stock chain length fit??? And if it what ratio I can go that is more aggressive then stock but less aggressive then -1/+2??? Thank you


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-1 in the front is equal to +3 in the rear...so no its not as aggressive as -1 +2 because that is equal to +5 in the rear. Go with -1 +2 , I believe it will fit ur stock chain..
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Old 07-10-2013, 07:49 PM   #3
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As Adam stated, +3 in the rear is equal to -1 in the front.
I'd recommend starting out going -1 on the c/s sprocket and going from there.
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If I go +3 I'm the rear would the stock length chain fit???
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No, not unless it's stretched from here to and back, in which case you would not want to install a new sprocket.
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Ok thanks alot bro...
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Ok I been reading up and I understand a lil how it goes. If you divide the rear count to the front sprocket count you'll get a decimal number. The higher the the quicker the acceleration.


Byrdman ok....
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