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Stock Gearing for CBR 929RR

So far the threads I have read about gearing are very useful and have helped a lot. Yet, I was wondering if there is a particular stock gearing for the CBR929 (2000). I have read that in America, stock gearing is 16/43 with a 530 chain (108 links). In the UK or JAPAN, I have read it is 16/42 with 530 chain (108 links). I am not sure where my bike was made, and I was wondering if there is a significant difference from that one tooth on the rear. THanks!
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Re: Stock Gearing for CBR 929RR

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So far the threads I have read about gearing are very useful and have helped a lot. Yet, I was wondering if there is a particular stock gearing for the CBR929 (2000). I have read that in America, stock gearing is 16/43 with a 530 chain (108 links). In the UK or JAPAN, I have read it is 16/42 with 530 chain (108 links). I am not sure where my bike was made, and I was wondering if there is a significant difference from that one tooth on the rear. THanks!

All were made in Japan.
What matters is the market they were made for.
No, one rear tooth is not significant at all.

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Re: Stock Gearing for CBR 929RR

Hey thanks for the reply, I've had the new sprockets on for a couple weeks now and they feel great! You're right there is no significant difference in one tooth, Although I believe the speedometer might be a little off. Hardly noticeable
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