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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    Great, thanks Pashnit for this tip. Let us know when it is available for Gen II.
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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    I would like a +2 rear Supersprox for my B-King (yes I know it is not a Hayabusa) but here in Australia they only sell the +1 and importing from Supersprox USA cost almost the same in shipping.
    Been told that +1 in the rear is not much lower gearing at all but I only want a little bit more go, is it still worth to consider the +1 or try to find someone in US that can ship the +45 without charging way too much in shipping?

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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    +1 is not worth it...go +2 or even +3
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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    I have a Gen II and went from a 43 to a 45. After riding it some I wish I would have went up to a 46 now. It is still plenty fast and pulls better.
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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    18/46 here ONLY BUY STEEL SPROCKETS... or the two metal types...

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    I went with a plus 2 supersprox on my gen II. I must say I am very pleased with the decision. It is great for everyday riding, acceleration and the top end is still there. I don't think I'll go any larger for the type of riding I do, but I can see where it would be fun.


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    Gen II with Vortex 46 and my best mod so far.
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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    Just got this and need to install it soon. 45t Driven in black.

    Also got a set of black ProBolt nutts.


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    18/47 here...Driven

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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    Any idea where to buy Supersprox +2 in US without they charge an insane amount of $ for shipping to Australia.
    Got no idea why the Aussie Importer only sell the +1?
    I might give them a call for an explanation.

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    Called the importer and yes they can import the sprocket of choice.
    Everyone here and elsewhere said +1 is not worth it, hope +2 is the one I`m looking for: a bit more go but not too much revs at cruising speed.

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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    What is everyone doing about recalibration of the speedo , is it possible to get the dealer to flash the ecu

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    Quote Originally Posted by dddd View Post
    What is everyone doing about recalibration of the speedo
    speedohealer is what I use.

    , is it possible to get the dealer to flash the ecu
    I don't believe the ECU controls that.
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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    completly off topic; sorry, but what does "flashing the ECU" mean?? Like taking off the factory settings with a programmer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschool View Post
    speedohealer is what I use.

    I don't believe the ECU controls that.
    Excuse my ignorance , but what the hell is a speedo healer

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    Quote Originally Posted by dddd View Post
    Excuse my ignorance , but what the hell is a speedo healer
    Let me google that for you
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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    Running 45 on my 2009 hayabusa and yep she has a lot more kick than she had before. In addition if u accelarete to hard in 1 st or 2nd she comes up on u . I went up 2 tteeth causse i am a big guy and needed the extra kick to compensate for the weight (280)

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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    Quote Originally Posted by Evil_keeps_me_young View Post
    18/46 here ONLY BUY STEEL SPROCKETS... or the two metal types...
    Not true at all. I have 7000 miles on my 45 tooth vortex aluminum rear and its perfect. If you dont take care of your chain or know how to adjust it correctly, then you better stick to steel. But I run 1.400 short times at 5 over, so its not like i baby it either.
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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    I run -2 and stock 43 on my Gen II 16/43. The bike pulls great with me as I am 235lbs suited up

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    Default Re: Calling all 44 and 45 tooth rear sprocket users

    46 vortex aluminum here with close to 4,000 on it and no problems at all

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