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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-10-2006, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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Gearing question

I have a Blaster that i would like ot have more lower end power. i know that i can get different size rear sprockets, my question is how much difference does 1, or 2 teeth bigger make.
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Re: Gearing question

mav go down one in the front and up at least 7 in the rear and it will be all the bottom end you could want.
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Re: Gearing question

Here is a link to a ratio chart. You will gain better performance (and the same or more torque) by going down one or two in the front and up two or three in the back.

Check out the chart!! http://www.renthal.com/front.asp#
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