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Paul
Derbyshire,
United Kingdom

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05 May 2017 15:04
Hi There,
I've tried 43, 44 & 45 on the rear. Always left 18 on the front. Everyone is correct, 3 teeth on the back is like one down on the front but is better because it doesn't mess with the chain rubbing on the slider. I had to put a link & a half in my chain to go to 44 but this also managed the 45 tooth easily. With 18 front & 45 Rear, the bike is much livelier & this doesn't seem to mess with top end too much. Bike revs are busier & it makes me want to give it a handful all the time. Bike doesn't feel like a Honda around town either, feels more like a 1200 bandit in this arena. Goes like stink from 5-6 thousand revs instead of around 8. Does 90mph at 6 thou in top on motorways and at 6 thousand revs it is wanting to go:smile:.
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