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15t front spoket with 20in tire!!!

What do you think about that? Can i have the same power with a 15t front and 20in rear tire than stock sprocket/tire?
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I am trying a 14t , 20" rear tyre this weekend.

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Hey Baxter ! Are you gonna use the 20'' x10'' x10'' on your Itp's rims

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There Kenda Klaw 20x11x10. They take some work to fit. But being talking to "Bones" at OMF about a OMF/DWT 10x8 rim.

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There Kenda Klaw 20x11x10. They take some work to fit. But being talking to "Bones" at OMF about a OMF/DWT 10x8 rim.
So you have not run those 20'' yet?

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Oh yes , run at the last round in October. Loved them. I don't like the x tread pattern most tyres use. There too unpredictiable , not good dodging tree's 3rd gear pinned. The Kenda Klaw you can control with weight or body movement. You want them too grip lean back. you want them to drift, Clutch in , dab back brake , shift forward and nail it . In my opinion this is the easist tyre to get used to and they are the cheapest in the UK. Other tyres would have to be free + payment to make me change brands.
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After this weekends riding(bit muddy) I would use the 13t with 20" rear tyres unless you upgrade on engine performance. 14t on 20" this weekend struggled to pull 4th gear on muddy straights. 5th gear was too tall.

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After this weekends riding(bit muddy) I would use the 13t with 20" rear tyres unless you upgrade on engine performance. 14t on 20" this weekend struggled to pull 4th gear on muddy straights. 5th gear was too tall.
Did you feel that the rear was too width with 10' itp wheels? Guess near of 49'' width? Sometime i'm hitting threes!

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