If you go search on Google Shopping and include the name f the bike in your search query, you'll see the sprockets come up. The sprockets will have holes drilled specifically for the bike and are bolt-on. The stock chain will support -1 front tooth, -1 front / +1 rear tooth, and -1 front / +2 rear. Contrary to what people speculate, the mileage for mixed use driving doesn't really change much. I've gotten the same 68mpg with 3 different combinations. You will want to recalibrate the speedometer with a 12 o'clock Labs SpeedoRDR. Best of luck!
Hi Rusty. I have been wanting to do the sprocket mod. I am hoping you can help me out. Where is a good place to order sprockets online, or what sprockets am I looking for? Will I have to do any mods to the frame or swing-arm or is this just a bolt on mod. Will I have to change the chain or will the stock one work? I know the indicated speed will be different, but what about the mileage and trip meter? any info will be highly appreciated. Thanks Rusty.