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Old 03-07-2009, 11:10 PM   #1
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Question 06 GSXR sprocket size??

Anybody know the exact sprocket size of front and rear STOCK 2006 gsxr600??



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What are you fast racers running, -2front +2 rear??





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Dang I figured it would be closer to an 18front

Thanks!
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sprocket setups are like asking what kinda tires do people like.....you gotta kinda experiment with it....cuz my setup will probably not be the same as yours. different riding styles, different preferences....gearing is not always done for the longest straight. but if you would like to know what sprockets i use as a baseline....

msrh -2f/+1r

ohr -2f/+4r

TWS (Texas World Speedway) +2r or -1f

msrc (counterclockwise) same as msrh for now...haven't found a setup i like yet. haven't ran clockwise yet.

gss whatever i have on the bike stays on it for this track

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Dang I figured it would be closer to an 18front

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18 front

i think they actually make an 18front....but i think the only place you'd need that for is daytona
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sprocket setups are like asking what kinda tires do people like.....you gotta kinda experiment with it....cuz my setup will probably not be the same as yours. different riding styles, different preferences....gearing is not always done for the longest straight. but if you would like to know what sprockets i use as a baseline....

msrh -2f/+1r

ohr -2f/+4r

TWS (Texas World Speedway) +2r or -1f

msrc (counterclockwise) same as msrh for now...haven't found a setup i like yet. haven't ran clockwise yet.

gss whatever i have on the bike stays on it for this track

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Makes sence


Im just gunna buy a few different sizes and play around.

+2 in the front for TWS (Texas World Speedway)! holy sheap
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Get a 15 tooth front, add a 44 and a 45 and with the stock 16 and 43 you'll pretty much have your gearing covered.
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Adam,
Get a 15 tooth front, add a 44 and a 45 and with the stock 16 and 43 you'll pretty much have your gearing covered.
I guess I'll need a new chain as well?
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Are Vortex good for the price? How about Renthal?


I'll give you a call Patrick after some research
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After Larry set my bike up I run a 14, 45 at every track but TWS (Texas World Speedway). There I run a 15, 45.
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After Larry set my bike up I run a 14, 45 at every track but TWS (Texas World Speedway). There I run a 15, 45.

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Looks like Vortex it is
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sprocket setups are like asking what kinda tires do people like.....you gotta kinda experiment with it....cuz my setup will probably not be the same as yours. different riding styles, different preferences....gearing is not always done for the longest straight. but if you would like to know what sprockets i use as a baseline....

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msrc (counterclockwise) same as msrh for now...haven't found a setup i like yet. haven't ran clockwise yet.

gss whatever i have on the bike stays on it for this track

hallet never been
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The one person that acually gets it. CONGRATS!!!
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Supersprox, incredible sprockets with a lifetime warranty. The 525 sprocket/ chain is as light as most 520 sprocket/ chain and it never wears out!

I used 2 rear sprockets all season last season and they looked like new when I sold the bike.

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as a baseline for Hallett, I'd probably run whatever you ran at MSRH.
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Ok I have a 14 and 15 on the way

And I already have a 43 and 45 rear

Considering a 44 and 46 to the collection



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I would have to pretty much agree with Patrick on this. My opinion is go down -1 front and +2 rear and see how you like that. That alone will excite you quite a bit
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You might want to hold of on the chain, if you are trying to save money, as it may not need changed pending your selection.
Unless you insist on replacing it when you change sprockets.

I do not know about your bike.

However on a O8 Busa you can go from 43,stock to 45 using stock chain ,front is 18 stock

I also found I could use the same chain length (But I forget if it was the stock length) on a 03 Bandit 1200S for 43 and 45 tooth sprockets (15 front 45 rear is stock on that bike)

I hear Sun and Renthal are to be 2 of the best.
(Sun 43 is stock on the 08 Busa)
I just bought a Supersprox and have heard good things about them, but have not tried it out yet.

Buy a bunch of master links.

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