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post #1 of 24 Old 03-22-2010, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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12 tooth sprocket

Alright so i've read about everyone switching to the 13t sprocket and how much of a difference it makes. I'm thinking about doing the same which i probably will, however eventually i will be upgrading to some bigger tires (24's) for trail riding in maine. I know that going to the bigger tires with the 13t will be like going back to stock so i was wondering about the 12t if anyone has done this? What did you think about it and where did you find one?
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i have done the 12t one my bike it has help out alot at the sand dunes i ride at i think it will help ya with the bigger tires. good luck and hang on it give a lot of bottom end
i got the sprocket at rockymountain atv for around 10 bucks so not to bad.
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I have the 12 tooth as well and wow it makes a difference! If you go with the 24s like I did you will definately want to do this. I have tried both the 13 and the 12. It is true that the 13 with bigger tires brings you about to stock. With the 12 tooth I can creep at idle without throttle or clutch. Rocky Mountain has 2 different 12 tooth brands primary drive which you can buy for 8.99 or supersprox which you can get for 19.99. I have the primary drive sprocket and it works great and they have great reviews. Hope this helps

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Do you have to get a shorter chain with the 12t?
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I have the 13t with 24x10x11 mudlites. I am happy with it. I ride mountain trails, rock climbing, huge mud holes, ect. I can't quite idle through, but I almost never fan my clutch. I think the 12t would rob too much top speed. I ride with other 700xx's so I don't want to be left behind on the gravel roads.

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No. You won't need a shorter chain just adjust the chain and you will be fine. You can still go fast as well. I'm never going to really hit 70 on it anyways. You will like it. If not, worst case is you wasted like $9. Not a huge loss. But like I said I love it

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i got my 12t today. I'll put it in tomorrow and see how she goes. Im not worried about loosing top end, theres really nowhere i will need to see that much speed anyhow i just want the low end power
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wow

I put the 12t on today and tried it out and holy f***. Its just plain retarded now. Pulls the front end off the ground now in every gear with no clutch. Didnt really get to see how much top end it lost but i can tell it still goes plenty fast. Worked real well in the woods. It literally crawls over stuff now all by itself. Should work well with the new tires when i get them
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Yeah I like it as well. I told you that you wouldnt be disappointed. 1st gear is basically for crawling over the tough stuff and 2nd+3rd are my main riding gears. It really makes the gears more useable in my opinion

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^^^Agree!!
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