Has anyone done this? I've just ordered one as my bike is happiest at 140-150 kmph and Mr Plod would like me to go a tad slower.
My mistake. DOWN in front and UP in rear= more acceleration, less top speed.kumacrz said:So if you go up a tooth in the front you gain acceleration but loose top speed. And if you go down in the front you loose acceleration and top speed but get more torque?
Nut holding front sprocket on.Are you talking about the nut on the rear? If so, and if it is anything like the MV Agusta it is right hand thread and torqued to about 160lb/ft. (It's on that tight!)