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Let me see if i can make any sense of this...... ok bigger front sprocket is for top speed and smaller rear is for top speed...i know that.... the question is 1 tooth larger in the front is equal to how many teeth smaller in the rear? anyone got a clue?
 

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ok because i was not sure about going to a 15 front so maybe i will consider a 35 rear instead or something......thanks
 

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14-34.5 (if you could do a 1/2 tooth)
34.5/14 = 2.46 ratio
Now you need to tell us how to 1/2 tooth. Just being a smart ass... again.

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I thought every one ran half links and sprockets?? lol But thanks i never thought of putting it in to ratios that makes a lot more since to me now!
 

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I had an excel sheet for this, let me know if you are interested and I can e-mail it to you. It is really just rT/fT with all the different combinations if you want to make your own.
 

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Sent. Don't pay any attention to the speeds. They were based on the state of tune my bike was in at that time......but I don't remember what it was.
 

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You just plug up one of the links or maybe just break half of one off?
 

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I have been trying to find a 36 rear can't find one!!!!
I as also going to say 2.5!
Thats what i did on my yfz450 changed the rear one smaller with the bigger front I was burning up clutches!!
 
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