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What size is the rear sprocket (stock)and how many teeth? also the chain size? for a suzuki katana 1991 gsx600f

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GSX 600F Katana 1989-1991
GSX 600F Katana 1989-1991
OEM Gear Ratio - 14T Front Sprocket / 46T Rear Sprocket OEM Chain - 530 Pitch / 112 Links

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Chain size should be a 530 link. Going smaller on the rear gives more speed, but less power!!! Going bigger on the front gives more speed also.
Keep in mind that one tooth bigger on the front sprocket is equal to 3.5 teeth smaller on the rear.

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