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Old 11-08-2007, 09:27 AM   #1
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Old 11-08-2007, 09:34 AM   #2
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Vortex 15/46.......and don't forget to get a speedo healer if you're only on the street.
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Old 11-08-2007, 09:36 AM   #3
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One down on the C/S.

Stay with the stock 525 setup.
RK or DID make good chains if you need a new chain.
I'd go with a steel rear sprocket for street use, but if you have to have aluminum, I'd get either Renthal or AFAM. Stay away from Vortex, in my experience they don't last.

I keep a -1 c/s sprocket in stock for your bike, it's $26.95.

+1 on the Speedohealer, I keep those in stock as well.
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Old 11-08-2007, 09:43 AM   #4
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who needs to go 160 on the street? lol

I went 1 down 2 up

im quite happy, if youd like to see the diff. we can meet up and you ride mine.
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Old 11-08-2007, 09:43 AM   #5
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I have done the 15/45 on the street, your speedo will read about 10mph faster, who needs a speedo healer, I already know I am speeding.

I would go with the steel sprockets, the aluminum don't last long, not the Vortex anyway.
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One down on the C/S.

Stay with the stock 525 setup.
RK or DID make good chains if you need a new chain.
I'd go with a steel rear sprocket for street use, but if you have to have aluminum, I'd get either Renthal or AFAM. Stay away from Vortex, in my experience they don't last.

I keep a -1 c/s sprocket in stock for your bike, it's $26.95.

+1 on the Speedohealer, I keep those in stock as well.
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afam or renthal for aluminum sprockets.

but for street.....like patrick says, steel sprockets are best. last longer. i would go down 1 tooth in the front.....and up 2 teeth in the rear. you'll get a nice little punch outta the 600
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I'm buttin' in for a moment to give props to Patrick...

I couldn't explain how much of a headache it is to order all the stuff for my bike to find out he has much of it in stock.

Example: I rode w/o speedohealer for two weeks awaiting a yellowbox in the mail after doing a 220 gauge conversion...

So when I needed a PCMIII stat, I had one in bike two days later from Patrick.... I wanted to give praise where it is due...
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