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    Cool Sprockets ''35 15''

    After much hesitation and a lot of thought i finally decided to replace my genuine sprockets 41/14 with 35/15.

    Installation
    Well the installation was fairly simple, obviously the chain had to be shortened. Although the amount of hammering
    involved (''USTAD''), i was afraid the chain might get a little weak.

    Experience
    My experience with the new sprockets gear wise.

    • 1st = Definitely more longer than previous, however a very slight reduction in speed. Shifted to 2nd at 30km/r




    • 2nd= Very slight or almost no change, very minutely longer. Shifted to 3rd at about 55km/hr




    • 3rd = Now this is where the magic started, felt the real power of the engine the bike almost shot. On stock the 3rd gear was almost non existent but now it packed a punch. Went from 55 to 80km/h (GPS speed).



    • 4th = For a moment i had forgotten i had a 4th gear. However when i shifted to it the experience was not satisfactory bike got flat, it was cruising at 85km/hr, the RPM was quite low as if the engine was applying very little force.


    The maximum speed i got was 88km/h(GPS speed not the meter one) and i could maintain it relatively easily.


    Positives
    Phenomenal Power in 3rd gear.
    Low RPM in 4th gear

    Negatives
    Top speed not as much as i expected.

    However I am satisfied with it.

    Moral: No replacement for displacement.

    If you ride like there's no tomorrow, there won't be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahd150 View Post
    am running it on 16-38

    15-38 is the best
    free flow exhaust
    CDI 125
    increase spark-plug gap
    lose weight of ride
    85 mainjet
    pod air-filter
    cursing in 3rd 4th.
    on its meter it did 105 on highway .
    Try side gaping thred plug as well.

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using Tapatalk 2

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    which bike bro

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    bahi I recently read this thread and your comment caught my eye so decided to buy 16 front and I already had the 41 back but i changed it after much aruguing with mechanic he said 50 different things and also suggested 35-15 but I brought the 16 no and installed it same things happened that you said "on a single person's weight the bike feels great. The vibration is gone. The top speed has increased. 3rd gear is where I experience the biggest power band of the engine. You feel a slight decrease in torque when you engage the 4th gear but you will get use to it." but the next day the bike started making noise from the sprocket side and then mechanic said that 16 no garari is not possibe without a bigger chain so i told him to increase the chain by adding 2 links but again he was saying 50 different things yar I am really enjoying this 16 no sprocket can you tell me a solution out of this please I am a new member of PW also

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    found this on facebook:
    lil info about sprocket(garari) sizing
    Motorcycle Sprocket sizing explained:

    The gears with teeths you see working with chain are called sprockets.
    We have two sprockets one at front and one at back.

    Altering size of front sprocket:
    Bigger front sprocket will move your power in higher rpms (also increases top speed)
    Small front sprocket will move your power in lower rpms (also reduces top speed)

    Altering size of rear sprocket:
    Bigger rear sprocket will result in better acceleration, (increases overall torque, reduces top speed)
    Smaller rear sprocket will result in higher top speed, (decreases acceleration and torque which is the strength of power).

    We change and match the sprockets according to our requirements also matching the top speed with engine power (whether if our engine will pull such a gearing). If you put a wrong combination it will result in power loss, difficult drivability in low rpms, too long gearing that an engine cant pull or too less top speed.

    There are Sprocket calculators out there (online) which helps you fine tune your gearing and selecting the optimum size of sprockets. Always use them before changing your sprockets and consult an expert

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    Quote Originally Posted by muhammedahmed2 View Post
    found this on facebook:
    lil info about sprocket(garari) sizing
    Motorcycle Sprocket sizing explained:

    The gears with teeths you see working with chain are called sprockets.
    We have two sprockets one at front and one at back.

    Altering size of front sprocket:
    Bigger front sprocket will move your power in higher rpms (also increases top speed)
    Small front sprocket will move your power in lower rpms (also reduces top speed)

    Altering size of rear sprocket:
    Bigger rear sprocket will result in better acceleration, (increases overall torque, reduces top speed)
    Smaller rear sprocket will result in higher top speed, (decreases acceleration and torque which is the strength of power).

    We change and match the sprockets according to our requirements also matching the top speed with engine power (whether if our engine will pull such a gearing). If you put a wrong combination it will result in power loss, difficult drivability in low rpms, too long gearing that an engine cant pull or too less top speed.

    There are Sprocket calculators out there (online) which helps you fine tune your gearing and selecting the optimum size of sprockets. Always use them before changing your sprockets and consult an expert
    Was surprised to see this thread of mine .........made a long time ago
    i installed that setup kept it only for a week and than went back to the original 41/14.
    The max you can do is replace the 14 front with 15, will result is slight increase in pick, any other combination of sprocket without
    alteration to other parts (engine etc) will just mean you will be frying the engine and engine life would be reduced.
    So i would advise you stick with genuine.
    If you ride like there's no tomorrow, there won't be.

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    Thanks bahi

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    Quote Originally Posted by aximaxim View Post
    Im running on 16/41........have tried 15/41 too however the difference was negligible. I prefer the 16/41.....the difference from stock is evident. Obviously pickup thora hurt hota hai but I got use to it and now I cant ride a bike on stock sprocket......... They feel under powered.
    So what ratio do you suggest for hero 70 sprockets?
    Bike is on stock.
    <..If everything seems under control, U r not going fast enough..>

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    Quote Originally Posted by mansoor_qadir View Post
    So what ratio do you suggest for hero 70 sprockets?
    Bike is on stock.
    bahi 16/41 best ha khud be many boat enjoy kea tha

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    I have super power sp70 and the sprocket is producing some noise.... i'm looking to change the sprockets please recommend the size... i have a long open route in karachi... looking to improve fuel economy..., thanks

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    again i had the 16 front and 41 back installed and it has been installed for 2 months now....fuel economy has somehow improved and bike is running great and vibration less ride took it to some long distance aswell bikes engine is very well handling it and does not get that much tired.

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    How about 15/38? My friend says its good too

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    How about 15/38... some of my friends are recommending?

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    havent tryed it

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    for what purpose do you want to change sprockets eg for speed,for economy,for climbing hills....

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    Economy nd speed.. because my bike struggles after 50 km/hr ankm/hr my route requires minimum 60

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    if even your bike struggles after 50kmhr then i dont think that sprockets will help a lot

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    well i had to get them changed so i had 15\38 installed... and it has improved performance and top speed as well. My 3rd gear goes to 60 without that much struggle.

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    15/38 is pretty good aswell but might have problem with engine braking for example even if you let go of the clutch the bike will remain free

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    Not experiencing it yet though ;-)

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    Salamz i have Honda cd 70 2014 Euro 2 . i want to reduce vibration so what size of sprockets should i use ? & please tell me that if i change sprockets then it will put a negative affect on engine or other parts ??
    I live in karachi

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