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What can I do to increase / maximize the low end power on my 2000 600F4 ? I want better take off and overall low end power. Thanks for the help.
 

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im thinkin sprocket changes..

i wouldnt do more than 2 up in the rear and 1 down in the front..you may not like the freeway speeds(engine speed)..
 

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Spongebob is correct, but if you just want a noticable increase in bottom end, but dont want to lose your high speeds... just drop one in the front, and you wont even have to put on a new chain.

oh yeah, I dont know if f4's are the same, but when I dropped a tooth on mine, my speedometer was all jacked up... never got it recalibrated, not like I use it that much :)
 

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do the 1 down with a 46 rear. i use hard anodized rears on all the bikes that i do. thay are way lighter and hold up better than the plain aluminum 1's... and if you don't have a pipe do an erion slip-on w/pc.. this package is the best for all around and wont play with the top end that much. this will give you what you're lookin for!!! for more info hit me at my shop NON STOCK CYCLES 480-813-6633
 
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