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I am considering fitting a 15 tooth front sprocket to my 2004 FZ6 Fazer. I will need to replace the chain too, obviously but how many links fewer than standard should it be.

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Each tooth is a link. You may find the wheel will move back enough to compensate for the longer chain.

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