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06-14-2007 01:04 PM
ducatiloo
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

Thanks for the into
05-30-2007 06:43 PM
bozcorob
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

Quote:
Originally Posted by Steve S4R
Hi,

There is an execelent calculator where you can load your chain and sprocket combination and calculate the differences

http://www.xs4all.nl/~ator0437/gc/
Thanks !!!

Way to go S4R and Monstaman! I love this board
05-30-2007 04:41 PM
dan900sie
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jesse
Nice Post!!
I have an doubt that with all this Math, I could not figure out.
I have an M600 -2001 Its stock.
I read the manual, and there it says that the diff of the 600, 750 and 900 is only the sprocklet (rear) the spark of 15 theeth are the same.
So, i was thinkng of changing my 46 original sprocklet for an 39 (same as the 900) to raise the top speed of my bike.

What u all think about it?
Will I loose too much "drag"?
Is it a nice change, or do u suggest another change?


Thanks for all the help,

-J.
You'll probably lose top end, the bike doesn't make enough power for that gearing
05-30-2007 03:27 PM
Ducatissimo
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

dude that's cool!!!
05-30-2007 02:03 PM
sboers
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

Hi,

There is an execelent calculator where you can load your chain and sprocket combination and calculate the differences

http://www.xs4all.nl/~ator0437/gc/
05-23-2007 07:49 AM
rgramjet
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

What rear sprocket does the 2001 M900 come with? Is 41t the best rear to go with?
Thx!
04-30-2007 06:27 PM
Monstaman
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

Maybe a change like that might steal a bit much power off the bottom, not having a 600 I am unsure of the real world output and rideability of your bike.

Just make sure you do not rob too much from the bottom or your bike will feel like a 400!
04-30-2007 10:34 AM
Jesse
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

Nice Post!!
I have an doubt that with all this Math, I could not figure out.
I have an M600 -2001 Its stock.
I read the manual, and there it says that the diff of the 600, 750 and 900 is only the sprocklet (rear) the spark of 15 theeth are the same.
So, i was thinkng of changing my 46 original sprocklet for an 39 (same as the 900) to raise the top speed of my bike.

What u all think about it?
Will I loose too much "drag"?
Is it a nice change, or do u suggest another change?


Thanks for all the help,

-J.
04-28-2007 11:55 AM
desmopr
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

I ride for fun and truly enjoy mathematics too. This is an awesome post. Interesting and at the same time very informative. We all need to take those variables seriously when considering sprocket changes. Thanks......
04-28-2007 07:05 AM
ctnhd
Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information

Thanks for passing the information on but a bit over my level of understanding. I can figure out your first summary but then its too much.
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