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I have a 2002 suzuki marauder 805cc. i would like to know if there is any way to get alittle more top end out of it or lower the rpm to speed ratio in general. i am considering buying a 16 tooth sprocket, but want to make sure thaty if i change that i dont need to alter anything else.

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You do not need to alter anything except the chain, increasing the tooth on the front sprocket and decreasing the tooth on the rear will give you more top end, remember more teeth longer chain required, less teeth shorter chain!!

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