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Old 03-23-2009, 12:03 PM   #1
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I searched real quick but didn't find it-

What gearing is preferred on the katy track? I've got stock gears now, and I can't keep the front end down 1-4 with my light on there...
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I searched real quick but didn't find it-

What gearing is preferred on the katy track? I've got stock gears now, and I can't keep the front end down 1-4 with my light on there...
14/42 I think
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Depending on your weight, riding style, motor... 15/42-15/44.
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Depending on your weight, riding style, motor... 15/42-15/44.
He's got a KTMRacer tuned motor.....if will haul him easily....Bring a 15 and 14 front for sure
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Thanks for the input...

I weigh 130.
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I weigh 130.
Then I would definitly run 15/46 or 14/43, which ever one you can find easily. They both will get you to a 3.07 ratio.

That should put you at running out of gears right before leaning into T1.
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