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PostSubject: Just installed new parts   Tue Jul 04, 2017 12:59 am

Just put on 47 sprocket, did gold 112link xring chain, mirrors, and that speedo drd. Quite a difference with that sprocket. After couple hundreds miles on the new sprocket I almost think I should of went with like a 46 instead. I think 45 might be still too tall but 47 a little short. I like the power but shifting points or having to do shorter shifts im not too happy with but livable with. The power is nice though, I might try a 46 or maybe a 45 in the future.

The speedo drd is off and lost instructions and don't know what of the 2 models it is for instructions. Every mph is like 10-15mph under what the speedo says. So if going around 30mph speedo says like 40-45mph. So new sprocket and speedo change is throwing me off some but I still know around what speed im but don't want to get pulled over for speeding lol. Plus be nice to be more precise of knowing what my actual change in sprocket is.

I'll try to get around to post pics of new mirrors/chain sprocket on bike sometime
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PostSubject: Re: Just installed new parts   Tue Jul 04, 2017 9:46 am

I ended on 14/48 and it's perfect, hehe.
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PostSubject: Re: Just installed new parts   Tue Jul 04, 2017 12:29 pm

The model of the Speedo DRD is Y1 for the WR250R. You should be able to get the speed to read correctly, but the odometer will read slow. The two do not seem to be synced up for some reason.  

I'm currently running 13/48 gearing, and I think it's about perfect for most of the riding I do with the WR, which is mountain and forest fire roads. I'm running a 120/90-18 back tire, which is a little taller than stock. The only time I really wish I had taller gearing is when I'm in sixth gear going down the highway. I'm pretty much stuck to going 60 MPH unless I want to rev the engine higher than I think it should be for cruising. I'll probably go with a 47 tooth rear when it's time to replace them, as I remember that setup working well before.

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PostSubject: Re: Just installed new parts   Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:56 pm



2 pics of new mirrors, gold chain and 47 sprocket
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