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post #1 of 23 Old 09-20-2010, 08:29 PM Thread Starter
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so the stock is a 14.. if i went up one to a 15 would stock chain b ok? i went with a 15 on my rappy 350 but needed a longer chain..

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There isn't alot of clearance for a bigger sprocket on the XX. I'm not even sure it's possible? I am curious to know if it will even work?
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Yes it works, I'm running a 15 right now, have to take the case saver off thou, thinking of going to a 16 if i put 20s in the back next.
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ok gotta take off that piece with the 2 bolts? Case saver as you call it?
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n r u still running the stock chain with ur 15t

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Yes the thing with the 2 bolts is the case saver and yes it works with stock chain.

I was running the 13 for a while, it was ok i guess, but seen a dude with a 700r that smoked me and my friends 700xx's and he had a 15 on, so i figured I would give it a go, and never looked back, to me it woke the bike up, I know I'm hitting somewhere in the 80s with it.
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The case saver will still fit with a 15 tooth sprocket but has to be removed for the install and held in place while remounting
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Go down in size on the rear sprocket is the same as going up on the front sprocket....don't ride w/o that case saver unless you got a pocket full of money for new cases. If that chain breaks, you're in deep $hit!
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yea i didnt think about that mayb that way is a lil safer lol

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