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sprocket size vs hp ?

Mid 50s hp is it still realistic to run a 13 tooth ? I put on an14 and thinking about dropping back down. All i do is tight technical shit and hill climbs....

Is it going to hurt anything?
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Depends on tire height too. But if all you are doing is tight trails I would think a 13 would work just fine

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Kendas on stock rims.

No damage can be caused though if i did drop to a 13 though?
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I just bought a 12t with stock rims and 22" kutters any problems with that setup?
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Mid 50s hp is it still realistic to run a 13 tooth ? I put on an14 and thinking about dropping back down. All i do is tight technical shit and hill climbs....

Is it going to hurt anything?
The motor tends to get too hot ,if it is constantly bouncing off the rev limiter, from my experience. If you are constantly on the clutch in the slow stuff with a 14t then change it to the 13t.

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^ what he said

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^X3 less clutch use in the technical stuff and it wakes up the acceleration when you need it. For me it seemed to climb alot easier aswell.

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