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I need to know is smaller sprocket rear for fj1100cc

I need to know is smaller sprocket rear for fj 100cc better low rev? and tell me how many tooths sprocket ? two or three lesstooth ?

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Rpm will drop lower if smaller sprocket is fitted to rear.

E.G Top gear 100kmh/ rpm= 3000 Drop 2 teeth on rear sprocket

Top gear 100kmh/ rpm= 2500

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Smaller sprockets will only give you about 500 less RPM.

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