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Old June 11th, 2019, 04:45 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Monster 1200s Sprocket/Chain size - Reviews

Hi All,


Based on many threads I have read in here and other forum there is "debate/feelings" in regard to the sprockets and for those new to Ducati getting use to how they are vs the mob that state enjoy what you have its a "Ducati".


I feel there is right to both sides of the argument and was hoping to have this little thread to help people on both sides come together and share their experiences and to also offer advice and have a one stop thread to know the ins and outs of it.


What top end speed are you loosing by doing the mod?


What kits are for sale for the mod? recommend any sellers and kits?


OEM Front sprocket 15; Rear sprocket 41; 525 for the chain.


1)Explain why is 14 front sprocket good/bad, yes it is the easiest mod but what will it cost in the long run?


2)+2 Rear Sprocket mod, why is it good/bad, what is required for this mod/


3) Anyone done -1 / +2 Mod, reviews of this?


4) Full front and rear and convert to 520, whats the point and worth it?


Any speedo differences from these mods? the feel of it?


Finally any guides for people to do the mod themselves.
Any write up step by step so we can empower those to try DIY? as I feel this is missing in here as too many just take it to the dealer then trying it themselves.
But to cover this side how much did you pay for the dealer to do the mod?
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Old June 11th, 2019, 06:50 PM   #2
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Check out this link...it will pretty much answer everything you need...how much the bikes geometry is changed...speedo differences....chain longevity...cheers
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