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post #31 of 35 Old 07-06-2014, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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oh ok cool. i was not quite sure. thanks for clearing that up do you know off the top of your head what size the rear axle nut size is?
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well wow installed the 13t just now. did it by myself so it took about 45min, but wow what an amazing difference this thing makes. i only have just went around my block but wow what a big difference in 2nd and third. after my calculations my speedo was showing an indicated 29mph at a gps 26mph, which equates to a roughly 10% error, which will be corrected by the speedoDRD that i will be installing tomorrow big thanks to everyone who helped me, and a special big thanks to Aufitt for his killer tutorial thread.
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big thanks to everyone who helped me, and a special big thanks to Aufitt for his killer tutorial thread.
Well done! Then once you get used to it, you will be looking at the throttle mod too.

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Wait until you get on the road. More gain to me in the higher gears like 5th and 6th. After 15,000 miles starting to feel like some of the juice has been flogged out of my bike. I also read the thread about the guy who bought the 600rr. So, have to agree with his judgement. Those bikes are really designed for the track. You can rarely use that power around town. The CBR250 is great for 95% of my riding, but I would like to have a good SV650 in the garage for adventure touring.


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Wait until you get on the road. More gain to me in the higher gears like 5th and 6th. After 15,000 miles starting to feel like some of the juice has been flogged out of my bike. I also read the thread about the guy who bought the 600rr. So, have to agree with his judgement. Those bikes are really designed for the track. You can rarely use that power around town. The CBR250 is great for 95% of my riding, but I would like to have a good SV650 in the garage for adventure touring.
i use my bike for in town riding. max 40 miles a day and thats a busy commuting into the big town day. i recently got a chance to go on the highway, and was impressed with how much i was able to now overtake in 6th
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