Re: Lower gearing options
I would keep my money in the pocket until you have broken the engine in, then make a decision on wether to go up or down on tooth count. Yea I've seen some people with up to 72 and 80T on a sprocket and they run ok, but your 2-stroke is going to be pushing hard to go over 20 to 25. If that's ok then go for it, but I would baby step my way up. Switch out to a 48T, then go into the 50's or 60's, but jumping straight to something way up there could be a disappointment.
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