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Old 04-03-2008, 05:40 PM   #41
BlackWidow
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I'd go with the biggest front sprocket you can find and the smallest rear sprocket you can find (given that they fit your current chain). In my opinion its not worth changing out the chain and doing all that work on your minis (if well setup already) just to ride one big track.

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that's why you're so slow Moe!!!!


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On the contrary, that track is a blast! I don't know what gearing Jody is running, but it's all about corner speed on that track. We run a 15/39 on all the big tracks, because that's as high as we can go, but you'll still have more fun than you can handle out there.

Just ask some of the folks that were there last weekend. Only a couple of the big SS bikes could hang with my 65


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