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Hey guys, i have an 04' gsxr600 and i am getting ready to change my sprockets. I went -1 in the front and +2 in the rear. i was just wondering if i will need to make any adjustments to the chain, and how far off i can expect my speedo to be and the easiest way to correct it. Thanks for any help.
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The chain might work but, it will be close.
Your speed metter will be off by about 10 to 15 mph.
the lower gear will make it read fast.
Ex. speed indicated 65mph while actually going 55mph Ex.
Find somebody completely stock tires and gears (car or bike) and pace the speed.
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