Easiest bang for the buck is to drop a tooth off the front sprocket. If you have some wear on your current chain and sprockets I recommend replacing the whole set at the same time. (not so bang for your buck)
I run 15 Front 42 Rear. Similar to going to the 14 in the front.
The reason I did 15/42 was that sprockets will last longer vs the 14. If you have really low miles and are not planning on changing it all out go with the 14 in the front. In my case I was at 10k miles and decided to swap it all.
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