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Re: Sprocket Help on a Warrior please!!!
For more low to midrange power ,you would go with a bigger sprocket on the back, or a smaller one on the front. If you are running a swingarm skid plate, I don't know how much bigger you can go without the plate getting in the way. If you just want a little more pull down low, adding 2 teeth to the rear might be ok, and should fit, but if you want more than that, dropping 1 tooth up front usually is about the same as if you went up 3 to 4 teeth in the rear, and is really noticable. By dropping 1 tooth on the front, you will usually lose about 5mph off your top speed, which isn't noticable out in the woods trailriding, but the extra pull is really a big help on hillclimbs, and when comming out of corners hard (like when you want to blast past a riding buddy). [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] Hope this helps. [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]