Another choice for sprocket gearing changes
Instead of messing around with trying to decrease the engine rpms by increasing the front sprocket teeth, or decreasing the rear sprocket teeth, (with very little range without screwing up the electronics), Iím simply starting off from a dead stop using 2nd gear when on a flatter hard surface. (Unless Iím on an steep incline or deep sand or mud). Using this method I donít have to shift so many times just to cross an intersection. Seems to work well for me and also save super low for off road travel.
ďDonít bother me with DETAILS!Ē
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