go go juice gonna make me win
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Miami, Fl
agree with others about dyno, don't need it. disagree with top speed problem. i'm -1/+1 and still top out at about 170mph. that's plenty, not sure bike has enough power to get much higher, and if it does, there's not enough road here to do it anyway. i can tell u that the increase in acceleration will help you forget that top speed loss. unless your a top speed only person. on the track, on the road, anywhere you'll get much more joy and benefit from gearing. bike will be significantly quicker.
as for mileage, i'm guessing it's the same as a car. less work but more revs, slight negative outcome, but not as bad as people think. i've never gotten more than 30mpg outta my bike, before or after gearing. that's just cuz i of how i drive, not the gearing i have. if it's that important, sell the bike and put that into a gas account.
try going as fast as it'll go, with the stock gearing. see how high u can get it and what number is comfortable with u as far as being attainable.
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