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Old 08-25-2008, 07:49 PM   #1
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can i go +2 on the rear with a stock chain, i figure swaping the rear would be easier if i wanted to go back or try other gears. this is on a 07 gsxr750
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yes. you can even go -1 in the front if you like after you put the +2 rear.
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cool, yea iv had -1 on a previous bike but i figured +2 is a little less of a change and easier to swap
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IS there enough chain to do that?

I've heard of front sprocket changes w/o chain replacements but not rear. If your adjustment is short(not far from the stop, you may not have enough extra length.
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