13/47 sprockets?



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  • qcustom

Posted July 08, 2003 - 04:13 PM

#1

I ran a 14/50 sprocket and loved it then I thought I wanted more so I tried a 13/48 sprockets I hated it but I have a brand new chain I don't want to replace it again so if I went to a 13/47 I wouldn't need a new chain and front sprocket and it would be about the same as the 14/50. Has anyone run this and do they like it.

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  • qadsan

Posted July 08, 2003 - 06:04 PM

#2

Here’s the maximum calculated speeds you’ll get in gear’s 1 though 5 with the sprocket combo’s you mentioned based on 8,000 RPM being redline. As you can see, there’s not much difference between the 3 different combos you listed. I believe the stock chain length will work with all these combos.

GEAR....13/48....13/47....14/50
1...........33........33........34
2...........47........48........49
3...........60........62........62
4...........75........77........78
5...........90........92........93





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