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Old 10-30-2008, 07:55 PM   #41
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Okay is the more or less teeth on the front that increases your top speed?

and why change the front sprocket?
If you want more speed , go up 1 in the front and up 3 in the back .










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Old 10-30-2008, 08:05 PM   #43
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If you want more speed , go up 1 in the front and up 3 in the back .











come on you know i barely understand this stuff already
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Old 10-30-2008, 08:19 PM   #44
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Here http://www.factorypro.com/ its on there it just wouldnt let me link the exact page!
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Here http://www.factorypro.com/ its on there it just wouldnt let me link the exact page!
the one for $200?
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Old 10-31-2008, 06:50 AM   #46
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The Speedo Healer is the best of the speedo recalibrators. You can get it with a max recall button so your speedo will show your max speed at any time you push the button. I have the SH on my 1000 and it is dead on, even at 175mph its right on the money. I have had a yellowbox also many years ago. It worked but was not linear, meaning that if it was accurate at 70mph, it was slow at 150mph, calibrate it for 150mph, and it read fast at 70. Maybe the new ones are better but.....not to mention you used to have to mess with all those dipswitches and read the code chart etc.....just a PITA..... SH FTW.
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I beleive your speedo is drivin off the front wheel
if thats true, its the only sportbike I've ever heard of with that setup.
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if thats true, its the only sportbike I've ever heard of with that setup.
Pretty sure there are some bikes that have front wheel driven speeds.
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Pretty sure there are some bikes that have front wheel driven speeds.
Yeah a lot of kawasakis have the speedo drive on the front wheel. My 98 ZX11 had it. Not sure on a 93 RR but its probably cable driven also so gearing changes will not affect the speedo....(which is cool as )
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Yeah a lot of kawasakis have the speedo drive on the front wheel. My 98 ZX11 had it. Not sure on a 93 RR but its probably cable driven also so gearing changes will not affect the speedo....(which is cool as )
Yep that's the great thing about cable speedos, They are usually very accurate and not afected by any gearing changes. Unlike our stupid transmission driving speedos.
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Yep that's the great thing about cable speedos, They are usually very accurate and not afected by any gearing changes. Unlike our stupid transmission driving speedos.
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Pretty sure there are some bikes that have front wheel driven speeds.
I've never owned anything older than an '01
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