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razr : 20 on 10 , or 22 on 11 inch rims ?

i just bought bearclaw 24-9-11 , oh what a big mistake I did , wheelies and acceleration , rear lifting are a lot harder . ill spend some more time to ride them to be sure , im thinking of buying razr , as most recommend , should I get 20 on 10 inch rim ?( but they are 4 ply) i dont have smaller sprocket yet but im doing a lot of technical wood trail , maybe it would be better 20 inch tires for slow speed . ?
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I run the gbc x-rex 20x11-10 6ply. The are basically the same tire as the razr2 tire but cheaper in price.

http://www.gbcmotorsports.com/xrex-p-129.html

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i just bought bearclaw 24-9-11 , oh what a big mistake I did , wheelies and acceleration , rear lifting are a lot harder . ill spend some more time to ride them to be sure , im thinking of buying razr , as most recommend , should I get 20 on 10 inch rim ?( but they are 4 ply) i dont have smaller sprocket yet but im doing a lot of technical wood trail , maybe it would be better 20 inch tires for slow speed . ?
May not be able to answer this one but what size of tire did you have on the front ?

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I have x-rex 23 on front , great tires , I also have xrex 20-11-9 almost new from when I had my 400ex , great tires but 400ex wasnt powerful enough for them , too heavy I guess
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I run the gbc x-rex 20x11-10 6ply. The are basically the same tire as the razr2 tire but cheaper in price.

http://www.gbcmotorsports.com/xrex-p-129.html


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Get 10 inch rims and run 22's the stock rims are junk

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I would try a 12 or 13 tooth front sprocket with your current 24's before discounting the tires. this should put your power band back in a better range. The taller tires have the same effect as raising your gear ratio, so it just makes sence to go with a lower count sprocket, besides they are less than 20 bucks delivered to your door.

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Might I suggest 22" Razr on the stock 11" rims and add a 13t... better low end torque for tight stuff at low speed. Will reduce top end a bit, but not that much. Beat the hell outta the stock rims first, then replace with better rims later... (DWT or OMF)

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is the front sprocket same as the one on 400ex , i will buy the 13t , it will run better for now , i was thinking to replace the rear with douglas , as I did with the front .
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