Re: 929 chain/sprocket for stunt or high speed ?
well what kind of riding do you want to do?? for track riding and back road canyon ripping go -1/+2.. for top speed highway runs or commutes just keep it stock.. wheelies are not going to be a problem with either of these if you know how to ride...i would say the "stunt" sprocket packages they sell on ebay etc, make the bike unrideable for any kind of serious canyon carving.. but to each their own, if you want to be a serious stunter, ie. slow circle wheelies & such, then your gonna need the big rear sprocket, i would just get a "stunt bike" with a cage, 12bar & proper gearing for that and keep the 929 street/track rideable.;.
03' Blk/Tit CBR 954rr, Erion full system, PCIIIr, Scott's Damper, Vortex Frame Sliders, Galfer SS Lines, Rear Seat Cowl, flapper pinned.