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Old 03-18-2010, 10:44 AM
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Default Re: smaller sprocket on rear wheel

Correct... although there is some discussions on how small you can go. I currently use a 28T sprocket (mainly for clearence issues). My tops speeds are around 37-39MPH.

I have used a 36T with excellent all around results.

These engines can only pull so much!! I've used a 25T but it was just too hard on the clutch.
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