Re: Sprocket ?'s
I assume by the sprockets mentioned, you are using a "80cc" 2 stroke, most stock sprockets are 44 tooth, some are 41, a 36 will have much less power, but more top end, basically speaking, for every tooth you subtract from the rear, you will gain 1mph. For example: if you can do 25mph with a 44 tooth, you should be able to go 28mph with a 41tooth. Don't know what part of Wy you live in, but if you have any substantial hills, stick with the 44, heck after a while, you can always change it to see.