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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-24-2004, 08:03 AM Thread Starter
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Question GSXR 600 Gearing

I am curently doing up my 1998 GSXR 600 SRAD and need some opinions for the best posible gear ratios. I'm leaning in the direction of max accel. yet still want it tame enough for the street. Any help is much appriciated.
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i went one down on the front but didnt gain a faster time on the track, dont know why, i was struggling to make the times i made before with my stock tooth, maybe i should have gone 2 down on the front.

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1 down in front and 2 up in the back makes a good difference.
It will have lots out of the hole! You will lose some top end but still going 140 probably


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i went -1 on my k7 suzuki 600 and i come out the hole alot faster... 4 1/2 inch drop in the rear and strap the shit out of the front and she goes dead straight no wheelie down the track
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Doesn't the 06-07 come from the factory with a 16/43. That being the case, that's a huge jump to say 15/47. When I was running an 01 GSXR 600, I went up one tooth on the front and for Pacific I ran a 48 rear sprocket and I dropped it to a 47 for Spokane. Portland and Pacific gearing were pretty much the same for me...someone may have a better set-up, but this maybe a good place to start.


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