Okay, I can't not help myself, and no I'm not going to go get help for me on this matter. So, if it's not oblivoiusesses that I have bothered to read this here thread, then I must crawl back under my rock and go back to sleep.
This is a matter of ratio. A simple train of thought is to drop a tooth on the front sprocket and raise a tooth on the rear sprocket. Thats easy, but NOT exactly correct. Do it and you have increased your acceleration. Thats what you may want and you'll get it. Good move, yet you have gone outside the real intention, provided this acceleration is really all you want, and because the bike you're riding has copious amounts of power everywhere else. This will work, I repeat, this does work.
However, if you take the time to do the ratio calculation you'll find out why a rear sprocket with 41 teeth and a front sprocket with 15 teeth is considered and sold as a Acceleration package for a particular bike. Please check out this site for further information; Gearing Commander: Motorcycle Speed, RPM, Chain & Sprockets Calculator
or look up a site that explains this process of determining final drive gear ratios.
I went through this years ago for a GSXR1100RR that I had and turned into a very fast pressure in the eye sockets, arm stretching, light speed achieving monster. Not to mention, setting my hair on fire kind of a ride, (and I did a few other things that would be considered sleeper tricks, like degreed the cams, smoothbore Mikuni's and jetting and header and avgas and fiberglass and velocity stacks, coils and flashed the ECU and took about 100 lbs off the bike and new paint, and I dieted and lost weight mainly because I spent my money on the bike rather than eat kind of thing, thats about it).
You have to deal with this in the form of determining a ratio, BECAUSE, this is not just about the amount of teeth, it is the size of two circles, (aka, sprockets).
Hope that helps. Have fun, and thanks for reading my insanity.