I put a gold Supersprox 47 tooth sprocket that I got from Pashnit on my Gen II but the stock chain is too tight. The axel is all the way forward and I only have ¼â€™â€™ of down travel and ¼â€™â€™ of up travel. Thatâ€™s on the stand too; I donâ€™t even know how tight it would get with my fat butt on it (probably just snap)! I didnâ€™t buy a chain when I got the sprocket because I found a thread on here that said you could go as much as +1/+5 and still use the stock chainâ€¦..wrong! FYI +3 is the biggest you can go. Anyways, on to my question. Justin from Honda East is sending on my new chain today and I donâ€™t know how short I should cut it. The stock chain for a Gen II is 114 links, my new chain is 120 links. Iâ€™m sure thatâ€™s way too big. How long do you think I should make it? +1 link would most likely just make the adjustment be where it should be but the axel would still be all the way forward. +2 links would let the chain move back a little but would it be enough? Do you think +3 links would do the trick? I donâ€™t want it to be too long but I donâ€™t want to have to put it all together 2 or 3 times before I find the correct length.