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Well? I need to know how many i need to go down a tooth.
 

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14, you can get a stock 450r sprocket which is 13.
 

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14, you can get a stock 450r sprocket which is 13.
Awesome! Thanks! (for the move too) Just how much change is 1 tooth going to make? anyone have a how-to on changing the front sprocket?
 

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The change will be noticable, I haven't seen anyone mention going any lower.
 

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The change will be noticable, I haven't seen anyone mention going any lower.
i'm looking to gain some low end torque so its easier to get going up a hill when you stall lol.
 

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Half throttle, pop clutch and proceed sideways up hill :)
 

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Half throttle, pop clutch and proceed sideways up hill :)
I eventually got frusterated with it. Rolled back down the hill and went up it in a different spot. This is my first manual clutch, so it will take some getting used to. :D
 

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Yeah, that was my 1st complaint about my 700xx. At Red River ATV there are quite a lot of technical/rocky climbs that are even harder when you're feathering the clutch.

I had an easier time with my 400ex because I had lowered it in gearing too. Once I feel like dealing with it I'll change it. I've been riding in sand where wheel spin is kinda a good thing (with stock tires) so I haven't changed it. Wheel spin on a steep and rocky climb would get downright scary. (the throught of the 700xx crushing my brain inside of the helmet scares the bejeezus out of me too.)



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Awesome! Thanks! (for the move too) Just how much change is 1 tooth going to make? anyone have a how-to on changing the front sprocket?
don't hold me to this but when i had my ninja i was told that goin 1 tooth down in the front is like goin up 3 teeth on the back. so this should be a good rule of thumb if it helps.
 
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