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05-20-2019 07:42 AM
BlackSupra
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Originally Posted by Raptorduals700 View Post
I have the 15 up front now. I love the top end.. I did notice some low end gone after running it. You think by running a 15/37 will bring it some back plus still have the top end?
Use this calculator. I'll give you approximate idea where you are with different setups.
https://nvmyz28.com/quads/700R_Gearing.htm
05-20-2019 01:25 AM
Raptorduals700 I have the 15 up front now. I love the top end.. I did notice some low end gone after running it. You think by running a 15/37 will bring it some back plus still have the top end?
05-19-2019 10:29 PM
morphrider Have you tried the 15 yet?
05-19-2019 09:57 PM
Raptorduals700 [QUOTE=morphrider;3445831]That 15 will just adjust the gearing, slow you down on the bottom end but pick up more top speed.I would suggest finding a Poly Case saver for the machine, eliminates when the chain breaks it wadding up and breaking the case. Get rid of the rear roller the chain rubs on as well, it will help spit it out in the unfortunate .

Do you think by dropping to a 37 in rear will bring back bottom end some with having the 15t upfront.
03-18-2019 03:11 PM
CarolinaKidd Appreciate it guys...i will be in touch....and probably have more questions lol..
03-18-2019 02:32 PM
BlackSupra 15T is a good decision for trials. I have it and the ride became much smoother. Leave the back stock. You'll have to grind a bit of the case saver in order to fit it though.

Welcome to the forum
03-18-2019 02:15 PM
DEZPERADO Try the 15T and see if you like it, it's not for everyone.

I have a used FCI kit for sale. PM if interested and I can send pics to your phone or email.

WELCOME TO THE FORUM.
03-18-2019 11:19 AM
morphrider That 15 will just adjust the gearing, slow you down on the bottom end but pick up more top speed.I would suggest finding a Poly Case saver for the machine, eliminates when the chain breaks it wadding up and breaking the case. Get rid of the rear roller the chain rubs on as well, it will help spit it out in the unfortunate event.

Welcome to the forum.
03-18-2019 10:57 AM
CarolinaKidd
15T sprocket and big 3

Hey what's up peeples I'm Tj. New to the forum. I recently just picked up a 2016 raptor 700r. And I'm trying to get it fit for duty... I do some trail riding and also a little street racing here and there... I recently just bought the 15t front sprocket.. so I was wondering should I also change out the back or is just doing the front good or is there any other parts I should have bought with it? Also far as big 3 I'm looking into monster shortys... Fuel customs intake and dynotek fusion programmer...thank you guys for any help...

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