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Re: 15 tooth front sprocket (a must!)

Rappinitup you should be able to just hit the gas in 3rd gear and it should jump right with ya. Your Welcome Boom i always like helping people out when i can. I've noticed me and you have alot in common when it comes to our quads. We both had fast YFZs now we have 700s.

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Re: 15 tooth front sprocket (a must!)

so if i just change the front on my yam will i feel a lot of difference as i only run a stock model without any mods
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Re: 15 tooth front sprocket (a must!)

Ok you talked me into it Im going to order one lol

I know what you mean and see your point Ill give you a example.

When my quad was still stock I could beat my buddies modded 450 off the line and he would then catch me and pass me about half way through. I could occasionally hold him off if got a real good jump but he beat me more often than not. Now that mine is modded he actually gets me off the line then I pass him when I hit 3rd then pull away when hit 4th. I contributed the start to wheel spin. He had more than me when mine was stock is why I got the jump but now I am getting more wheel spin than him so he is getting the jump.

I was going to wait till after I got new tires to see if wanted to make a gearing change but going to give it a shot now.
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Re: 15 tooth front sprocket (a must!)

1st gear is almost useless to me anymore with the seat time I have on mine and I still like my stock gearing to a point. I will get a 15 when I get mine back together especially since I may run 18s but even if I go back to 20s it will have the 15. I totally agree about the engine wanting load against it, anyone thats ever pinned their 700 going up a slight grade with lots of traction knows it doesnt know when to quit sometimes- when your tryin to get the front end up at low rpms just keep er pinned, its got spin or go to the sky . I can hit most of my jumps at the house almost at idle speed in second with just a blip of the throttle at the base of the slope and go 20+ feet. See sig pic(thats what Im doin).
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Ive been wanting to do the 15 sprocket for some time now, but never did. 1st gear is ok for driving the quad into my toybox, but thats about it. Now that im boosting, its a joke.
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135 where is the speed sensor located?
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I was going to gear down but with all your guys comments making so much sense i just might have to try out the 15. Do you have to get a new chain i have only had my bike for a couple hours of riding so i dont think chain to sprocket wear will be a concern
Glamis700- that sensor is located on the tranny right by the front sprocket. Just follow it up about 6 inches and you will find the connector
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What disconnecting the sensor have to do with ur top speed or anything at all for that matter, just curious
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Sick pic man i got a f4i fightered and caged. Anyways do a search for speed limiter and read up on some threads. I guess in 5th gear at like 6500 rpms the computer uses that sensor to find out your going to fast and it makes you hit like a fake rev limiter basically
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What disconnecting the sensor have to do with ur top speed or anything at all for that matter, just curious
Search for speed sensor.. theres now a new pic posted up finally.
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