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So, I got $20 laying around to spare and I want to change up the feeling of m raptor. I really like having more bottom end, but I would also enjoy more speed. Which sprocket has a bigger change from stock and has much speed/torqe do you lose/gain?
 

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I just wanted to add... I had no Idea the size came in so many size varieties (10-17 tooth) i just thought that was a little crazy!, also, why do you say 15 tooth is better?
 

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well duhh lol, but I live in the middle of nowhere lol; I only ride on my backyard track and at some SMALL shail pits
 

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yeahh, but how much speed do you lose; and is the change even that noticable?
 

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honestly if its stock, leave the 13 on and save the $20
 

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I was thinking of changing to the 14 from the stock 13. But now my son wants to run more MX, so I may either stay with the 13 or drop to a 12. Do most go to a lower count for the track?
 

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i went with a 14 after my 20s and pipe because i was revving out in 6th too much and not getting enough to clear jumps. my 446 motor is running a 15 though to try and keep the revs down
 

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I think Im going with the 12t; you can always use more bottom end when you only weigh 90 lbs ;) lol
 

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too bad the motor will rev out too fast and cause you to shift a lot
 

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yeah i thought about it but they are more expensive and harder to install...:(
 

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ohh, haha i don't think you can, I was just talking about rear sprockets in general lol
 
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