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I'm looking to replace my factory sprocket on my bike with a bigger one.. Any suggestions where or what kind I should get? 03 Honda cbr 954rr
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Front or rear?
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Rear.
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Re: Sprocket

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I'm looking to replace my factory sprocket on my bike with a bigger one.. Any suggestions where or what kind I should get? 03 Honda cbr 954rr
Depends what you want to do. On my Ducati I just dropped the front sprocket by 1 tooth as they are geared to high. This improved things for me and also allowed me to keep the same chain length.

If you increase the size of the rear sprocket by a couple you will need to consider a longer chain. Also don't forget that you will need to get a 'speedo healer' if you want the speedo to read true after the change.

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Check our superbikesupply.com. Renthal is a good brand.
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