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WHAT SIZE PITCH,CHAIN/SPROCKET FOR GSX750F AND CAN I GET MORE SPEED BY CHANGING NUMBER OF TEETH

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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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