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    Hi guys, I've been riding bikes for years, and have had a lot of different bikes. I needed something better suited for hunting so I decided to try the tw. I love this bike, but it seems to lack some low end grunt. It seems like most guys like to gear them up for the road, any of you gear yours down, and what sprockets did you like. I am wanting to try a 13 tooth front, but I can't find one anywhere. I went down to Rocky Mountain atv today, and went through there books, and couldn't find one. Does anybody know were I can get one or should I just try a rear sprocket, any help would be great. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fruitlooptw View Post
    Hi guys, I've been riding bikes for years, and have had a lot of different bikes. I needed something better suited for hunting so I decided to try the tw. I love this bike, but it seems to lack some low end grunt. It seems like most guys like to gear them up for the road, any of you gear yours down, and what sprockets did you like. I am wanting to try a 13 tooth front, but I can't find one anywhere. I went down to Rocky Mountain atv today, and went through there books, and couldn't find one. Does anybody know were I can get one or should I just try a rear sprocket, any help would be great. Thanks


    I tried a 13 tooth front sprocket over a year ago.



    I found that the sprocket caused the chain to rub against the bike's structure way too much for my liking--- so I removed it.



    Sidewinder made this sprocket for me, (aka Krause Racing) you can look them up on the internet.



    Good Luck.



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    Here is a link to a thread I posted on the old forum concerning TW200 countershaft sprockets.



    https://tw200forum.com/forums/65842/ShowPost.aspx



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    Hi Fruitloop,



    At this site
    there is a calculator on which you could change the sprocket sizes to see the effect on your speed.

    I think it would be safe to suggest that a lower speed would indicate a higher amount op HP available, and vice versa.



    Lots of choices....



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    I suggest going with a larger rear sprocket. If for no other reason then more teeth in contact with more links which should reduce wear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fourcycle View Post
    I suggest going with a larger rear sprocket. If for no other reason then more teeth in contact with more links which should reduce wear.


    +1 on changing the rear sprocket. I personally prefer more teeth over less. Step up to 14/54 or 14/57 for more low end pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fourcycle View Post
    I suggest going with a larger rear sprocket. If for no other reason then more teeth in contact with more links which should reduce wear.


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    Thanks for the info. I just put a 55 tooth on the rear, and it feels like it's going to do the trick, I'm going to go try it out in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fruitlooptw View Post
    Thanks for the info. I just put a 55 tooth on the rear, and it feels like it's going to do the trick, I'm going to go try it out in the morning.






    Good choice. I used that gearing configuration for most of my rides in Utah, Colorado, and Nevada over the last 3 years.



    Enjoy



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    @ Fruitlooptw

    I loved my 13 in front with a 54 rear.

    It was perfect for my 125ccm engine to climb on hills.

    I have now a compareable transmission on my 200ccm MX-TW.



    I can recomment it!!!!



    You can send me a mail, if you are still interessted into it.



    Regards, Sebastian

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