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  • Gear Ratio Chart

    Figured people would like to be able to access this with a simple search. Here ya go Heysus!
    Hell Fab

  • #2
    i feel around 8.00 is the best for a gsr46 with mods.

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    • #3
      Guess I should add a description. The top row of bold numbers are your pinion gear (clutch bell gear). The column of bold numbers is your sprocket (gear mounted to the rim). What this chart tells you is how many revolutions the pinion gear must spin to generate 1 revolution of the wheel/tire. The lower the number the higher the top speed, but keep in mind when you gear for top speed you also lose acceleration. This chart helps you find what gearing will be best for your style of riding.
      Hell Fab

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      • #4
        I started this thread awhile back...
        http://www.billetboard.com/showthrea...Identification

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        • #5
          I noticed Jesus in the mumbo jumbo box was in search of it so I figured I would throw it up for all to see.
          Hell Fab

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tattoothebaby View Post
            I started this thread awhile back...
            http://www.billetboard.com/showthrea...Identification
            That thread looks to be for sprocket identification. This chart is for gear ratios to help people choose what gearing they want to run for acceleration or top speed.

            MODS: Could one of you guys please change the thread name to "Gear Ratio Chart". I was trying to help someone out and obviously didn't title this thread correctly.
            Hell Fab

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Depths of Hell View Post
              I noticed Jesus in the mumbo jumbo box was in search of it so I figured I would throw it up for all to see.
              You rox bro!

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              • #8
                my 40 got left in the dust on the scream ride because the gearing...im at 8-68....i need a lot of top end ....im pretty sure my rig will be able to pull it because it revs out pretty quick...im thinking 9-64....or maybe the really tall 9-60 hahhahah we will c what happens

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                • #9
                  I found this in a thread a while ago that cable posted i believe then one day i found this


                  gearing pic.jpg
                  It adds speeds to the ratio
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                  • #10
                    Nice Green, thanx for posting that up!
                    Hell Fab

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Depths of Hell View Post
                      Nice Green, thanx for posting that up!
                      Anytime man thats what we are here for to help each other

                      Sticky anyone?
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                      • #12
                        im sure you all know this but ada has a calculator for gsr speed.
                        http://www.adaracing.com/powersports-calculators.php

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                        • #13
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                          • #14
                            What would you guys suggest for a stock 43l-d motor? I don't care too much about acceleration.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by cky_ej29 View Post
                              What would you guys suggest for a stock 43l-d motor? I don't care too much about acceleration.
                              You realize the last post was 6 years ago?

                              9/76 for a stockish 40. That’s the tallest I’d go. That will get you about 32-40mph depending on porting/pipe/rider weight.
                              *******Pedding since '02********

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