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Old 06-30-2013, 06:08 PM
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stunt/daily driver set up?

I just sold my truck so I have no way to transport my stunt bike... so I have to go down to one bike. what is the best sprocket and chain combination to be a daily driver but still have a stunt feel if that makes sense? I was thinking a 50t with a stock front?
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Re: stunt/daily driver set up?

on my 05 gsxr 600 i run a 15/50, get for stunting and staying street
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Re: stunt/daily driver set up?

Originally Posted by CBR6oo View Post
I just sold my truck so I have no way to transport my stunt bike... so I have to go down to one bike. what is the best sprocket and chain combination to be a daily driver but still have a stunt feel if that makes sense? I was thinking a 50t with a stock front?

You should always mention what bike you have when asking for setup help I see your name is CBR600 but I'm not sure that's the bike you are talking about.
For example some 636 a 50T would be +10, but on an f4i it would only be +4


Go here http://www.gearingcommander.com/ and you can see exactly what RPMs you will be at at speed with your desired setup.
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Re: stunt/daily driver set up?

Originally Posted by Standupnfall View Post
You should always mention what bike you have when asking for setup help I see your name is CBR600 but I'm not sure that's the bike you are talking about.
For example some 636 a 50T would be +10, but on an f4i it would only be +4


Go here http://www.gearingcommander.com/ and you can see exactly what RPMs you will be at at speed with your desired setup.
That is super useful. Thanks man
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Old 07-09-2013, 01:15 PM
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Re: stunt/daily driver set up?

Originally Posted by Standupnfall View Post
You should always mention what bike you have when asking for setup help I see your name is CBR600 but I'm not sure that's the bike you are talking about.
For example some 636 a 50T would be +10, but on an f4i it would only be +4


Go here http://www.gearingcommander.com/ and you can see exactly what RPMs you will be at at speed with your desired setup.

awesome!
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Re: stunt/daily driver set up?

I've been running stock gearing for a while now. It's not as much fun for stunting but it's do able.
I'm doing a gear change soon and I'll keep you posted
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