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SMP Pro Track, what sprocket sizes are you using for your 1000cc SBK?

Rossi86

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keep at it you have a long way to go, the times come down a lot slower now. your in better company, tag in behind eel,mike, jeff and just watch and learn, well maybe not jeff
hahaha, why aren't you racing this year?
 

racepro171

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shoulder from last sept crash is not good. and someone bought the bike. Ill miss that bike.
 

CrashChris

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This comes with a grin of salt because i rode a 600...but i would come out of hairpin in second and not lose ground on 1000's until mid 3rd. On some i could pull even then i would start to drop back.

1st or 2nd whatever works best for you.

I went 2nd because first was too aggressive for me. with second i could get to apex and just go wot. Lower rpm gave me drive and by the time i was upright i was already in powerband
 

LWTRacer

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This really is an easy answer. All you guys are over thinking it.

+6 on the rear sprocket.

Never get out dragged out of the hairpin again. :)
 

905

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This really is an easy answer. All you guys are over thinking it.

+6 on the rear sprocket.

Never get out dragged out of the hairpin again. :)
I ran + 5 on the rear for a long time on the triumph. Pulled really hard made up for my lack of corner speed.


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