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  • #8089
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    Okay so I can either get a -1/+2 and chain kit w/ speedo healer or get a bazzaz for my yoshi slip on

    Which one should I do?

    #8093
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    stick with the drive gear, then go for sound..JMO

    #8117
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    Doesn’t the fuel management give a smother ride for the exhaust though?

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    I would go with the chain and sprocket kit. It will make the power that you already have more usable. As for fuel management I dont think it will be that drastic with just a slip on. If you had a header and no cat I would say go for fuel management. Just my .02

    Edit: Do you have an aftermarket air filter? If you do I would go with fuel management to as you dont want to run lean. (more air than gas durring combustion)

    #8141
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    is a bazzazz basically a pc or something?

    #8142
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    Its like a power commander

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    I would go with the sprocket conversion too man, I have an exhaust on mine and I dont have a power commander or anything, but my -1/+2 520 conversion makes my bike a hell of alot faster than any cbr 600rr ive ever driven or ridden with….I can crank my throttle and the front end goes straight up!!! its so sick bro…

    I gotta get a bazzazz or power commander soon though…I have a BMC air filter and my twobros, so I kinda need one..

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    ATX600rr:
    I would go with the chain and sprocket kit. It will make the power that you already have more usable.As for fuel management I dont think it will be that drastic with just a slip on.If you had a header and no cat I would say go for fuel management.Just my .02

    Edit:Do you have an aftermarket air filter?If you do I would go with fuel management to as you dont want to run lean.(more air than gas durring combustion)

    No airfilter, ima stay stock filter for the life of my bike unless I convert it to track

    #8201
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    MACtacular:
    I would go with the sprocket conversion too man, I have an exhaust on mine and I dont have a power commander or anything, but my -1/+2 520 conversion makes my bike a hell of alot faster than any cbr 600rr ive ever driven or ridden with….I can crank my throttle and the front end goes straight up!!! its so sick bro…

    I gotta get a bazzazz or power commander soon though…I have a BMC air filter and my twobros, so I kinda need one..

    Thats what I want minus the 520

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    I would go with the chain/sprocket kit first. The fuel managment wont “per say” make power. It will clean up and flaten out your feul curve, making the bike more controlable and make power feel more linear.

    The chain and sprockets will give you the biggest kick in the shorts you can feel short of bolting on nitrous oxide……The first time you ride the bike with it It will scare you just a little bit in that way that gives you a stupid grin and makes you wanna go do it again!!! And again!!! And again!!! youl spend 2 hrs. goosing the throttle in 2nd gear!

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    Alec Hubbard:
    I would go with the chain/sprocket kit first. The fuel managment wont “per say” make power. It will clean up and flaten out your feul curve, making the bike more controlable and make power feel more linear.

    The chain and sprockets will give you the biggest kick in the shorts you can feel short of bolting on nitrous oxide……The first time you ride the bike with it It will scare you just a little bit in that way that gives you a stupid grin and makes you wanna go do it again!!! And again!!! And again!!! youl spend 2 hrs. goosing the throttle in 2nd gear!

    fuck linear.. I want something to do again again and again lol :twisted:

    #8251
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    WTF why is this not accepting my reply?

    Edit: Lol tried 3 times before that whent through. I guess I cant post a link for you.. Try kneedraggers. They had my tires to me in 2 days.

    #8256
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    Lol I saw it on member activity but then couldn’t see it on the thread.. The problem is that they don’t have steel sprockets which is what I want.. Here is what I’m probably gOnna run with even though I didn’t want the 520 conversion

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    #8262
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    Whats the difference between 520 and 525? Is the 520 a small chain? Thats a hell of a price BTW.

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    :wink: that’s what I’m saying supersprox ftw
    I paid about the same although I did see the same kit on another forum about 6 months ago for 160

    #8270
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    Yeah it’s smaller and lighter but the 520 tends to stretch a lot more and not last as long

    #8271
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    That price isn’t that much more than a standard set which is between 150-185$

    #8273
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    160$ !? I’d jump on that sooooooo fast!
    How was your install?

    #8276
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    okay new decision https://www.motomummy.com/store/product.php?productid=18640&cat=601&page=1

    now the question is what color chain with my bike?

    #8284
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    WHITE CHAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG THAT WOULD BE THE SEX!!!!!!!!!!!

    #8319
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    Don’t think there is white…

    #8322
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    I think the difference is just marginal, it is smaller chain all around. The thing is, the difference between the 600 and the 1000 is from a 525 to a 530 an thats a 400 cc difference! And the 929- 1000 uses th 525 for the QA kits so going from the.525 to the 520 shouldnt be that bad at all.

    #8512
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    Went with the driven 520 conv all steel kit from motomummy with speedodrd … Black on black :)) 15/45! PUMPED!!!

    #8521
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    in case people where wondering OEM sizes

    http://o2winc.com/oem.htm

    #8523
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    I don’t think this is right..

    #8757
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    Quinton Teter:
    I don’t think this is right..

    You dont think my link is right? because I’m having some doubts about this too.. I counted the teeth on my Vortex sprocket and my front sprocket and the setting is -1/0 which doesnt make any scense! why would the previous owner of my bike buy an after market sprocket thats exactly the same as the stock one? opinions please

    #8759
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    actually i guess that site is right

    #8760
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    depends, replace a worn sprocket, same gearing but a lighter weight sprocket set, chain snaped and broke a sprocket, ordered the wrong sprocket………….who knows…..

    #8762
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    Yeah the 07 is 16/42 and this link says otherwise

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