go go juice gonna make me win
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Miami, Fl
for a street bike, i'd say gearing all day long. i didn't do anything drastic, and the difference between mine and a stock is ridiculous. i'm sure suspension will help and improve all that, but if you're not running around the track i hardly see the point. for street riding, adjusting the stock setup for your weight would be adequate. i haven't touched mine and i've never felt or had any issues of any kind. i can't imagine how much better it would be with full ohlins/racetech setup, but i know that how it is now is good enough for me. but man o man, the gearing wakes up the bike like you wouldn't believe. the track folks will tell u that low end doesn't matter cuz the bikes are meant to be revved, but nobody drives down the street at 10k rpm. plus a whole gear/chain set is around $200 or so. of all the mods i've done, that would be my first(besides cheap cosmetic stuff) done on any future bike.
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