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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-29-2008, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
 
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Adjust anything in engine?

I'm going to go -1 on my front sprocket and +2 on my back sprocket. Do I need to adjust anything in my engine or do I just install the sprockets and new chain??
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I'm going to go -1 on my front sprocket and +2 on my back sprocket. Do I need to adjust anything in my engine or do I just install the sprockets and new chain??
just install the new sporkets n chain. Oh and lean forward when you take off
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You will need a speedohealer because your speedo is now off a good bit.

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I just did this mod, you will love it - but you WILL need to buy a speedohealer mine was off a fair bit and it clocks up you miles too

$109 from kneedraggers, cool little thing

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