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Old 07-26-2007, 09:53 PM
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Hey guys, (and girls) I'm trying to find out what is a good sprocket size for my 2006 CBR 1000RR to stunt with. I put a 56 tooth on it but damn it seems like a bit much. I've just purchased a 50 tooth for it so I hope that'll work out a little better. I realize that there aren't a lot of liter bikes that stunt but, I'm pretty happy with it so far. Stock gearing on it is 16 Front 42 Rear. (and don't try to tell me its 41 cuz its not. They changed that in 06 ) I put an F.I cage on it which worked out pretty good. I've taken all the fairings off of it. (which I didn't want to but stunting is expensive enough without having to buy all new plastic) So if anyone stunts or has a friend who stunts a liter bike, I'd sure like to get your advice.

Thanks to all, Joshua
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

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Hey guys, (and girls) I'm trying to find out what is a good sprocket size for my 2006 CBR 1000RR to stunt with. I put a 56 tooth on it but damn it seems like a bit much. I've just purchased a 50 tooth for it so I hope that'll work out a little better. I realize that there aren't a lot of liter bikes that stunt but, I'm pretty happy with it so far. Stock gearing on it is 16 Front 42 Rear. (and don't try to tell me its 41 cuz its not. They changed that in 06 ) I put an F.I cage on it which worked out pretty good. I've taken all the fairings off of it. (which I didn't want to but stunting is expensive enough without having to buy all new plastic) So if anyone stunts or has a friend who stunts a liter bike, I'd sure like to get your advice.

Thanks to all, Joshua
Try the stock one man... i think thats what darius rocks on his.
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

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Try the stock one man... i think thats what darius rocks on his.
that **** wast stock
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

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Hey guys, (and girls) I'm trying to find out what is a good sprocket size for my 2006 CBR 1000RR to stunt with. I put a 56 tooth on it but damn it seems like a bit much. I've just purchased a 50 tooth for it so I hope that'll work out a little better. I realize that there aren't a lot of liter bikes that stunt but, I'm pretty happy with it so far. Stock gearing on it is 16 Front 42 Rear. (and don't try to tell me its 41 cuz its not. They changed that in 06 ) I put an F.I cage on it which worked out pretty good. I've taken all the fairings off of it. (which I didn't want to but stunting is expensive enough without having to buy all new plastic) So if anyone stunts or has a friend who stunts a liter bike, I'd sure like to get your advice.

Thanks to all, Joshua
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**** ya stunt that bitch
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

i rock a 05 1000rr with a 55 tooth feels allright a bit 2 much...50 tooth sounds good...Thats what iam about to throw on mine,,..
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

yeah if you cant rock a stock 1000 then somethings wrong. get a fiddy and learn some throttle control!
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

I tried stunting it with stock gearing but its just to laggy in the bottom end for me. My wheelies are getting slower and slower and the bike tends to stall out at a much slower speed then I'd like it to.
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ALWAYS learn stock
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

Originally Posted by 1000rr stunter View Post
Hey guys, (and girls) I'm trying to find out what is a good sprocket size for my 2006 CBR 1000RR to stunt with. I put a 56 tooth on it but damn it seems like a bit much. I've just purchased a 50 tooth for it so I hope that'll work out a little better. I realize that there aren't a lot of liter bikes that stunt but, I'm pretty happy with it so far. Stock gearing on it is 16 Front 42 Rear. (and don't try to tell me its 41 cuz its not. They changed that in 06 ) I put an F.I cage on it which worked out pretty good. I've taken all the fairings off of it. (which I didn't want to but stunting is expensive enough without having to buy all new plastic) So if anyone stunts or has a friend who stunts a liter bike, I'd sure like to get your advice.

Thanks to all, Joshua
my bro has an 04 1krr with stock gearing and he can do idle ****.... i tried it and i think it's hard but he whips it out no prob.

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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

try to get ahold of nicklas at http://www.nicklas-ek.com/ he stunts an 1000RR, I think he is a member of stuntlife too.
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

I run -1 +12 on my 954rr, thats a 55 rear, a bit twitchy. I had to rely a bit on a raised idle to get away from the sensitive throttle.
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

1000rr is nothin like a 54..

u prolly wont want much than that 50....i remember darius saying that +5 was all he needed max....and i think manny from outermost has darius's yellow blue 06

ask him bout it....

i just get a lil idle on mine, all stock idle as high as it goes(bout 2000 maybe 2100 on a blip)
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

why not keep the 56 and just up one tooth on the front?
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

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1000rr is nothin like a 54..

u prolly wont want much than that 50....i remember darius saying that +5 was all he needed max....and i think manny from outermost has darius's yellow blue 06

ask him bout it....

i just get a lil idle on mine, all stock idle as high as it goes(bout 2000 maybe 2100 on a blip)
Werd, I've been thinkin bout takin my couter sprocket back to stock. The 954's got a donk load of down low, I agree the -1/+12 in sorta unneccesary.
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

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Werd, I've been thinkin bout takin my couter sprocket back to stock. The 954's got a donk load of down low, I agree the -1/+12 in sorta unneccesary.
i had a opporitunity to rock a 954 recently.... very peculiar bike, 600 feel, MASSIVE POWER.

i think i liked it, i might get one. it has that twitchy yamaha-esc throttle, and huge suzuki type tourqe.... i have been hesitant to ride a 1000rr, but maybe i should try my friends and see what its about .
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yo sell me that sprocket
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yo sell me that sprocket
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

the 1000's arn't particularly "stunt bikes' but for the street they would be awesome stock or at the most 5 up with a hand brake and a better damper
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Re: CBR 1000RR Stunt bike setup.

Originally Posted by SYTFU_R6 View Post
i had a opporitunity to rock a 954 recently.... very peculiar bike, 600 feel, MASSIVE POWER.

i think i liked it, i might get one. it has that twitchy yamaha-esc throttle, and huge suzuki type tourqe.... i have been hesitant to ride a 1000rr, but maybe i should try my friends and see what its about .
werd on the 600 feel, massive? um yea, thus why I DONT need the -1/+12, feel me? the 954 is way steady in my opinion. Havent ridin a 1krr
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