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    I need to replace chain girari set of my Ravi Piaggio 2011 model. suggestions are required from expert guys that can i install chain girari of Suzuki GS-150? OR any other which may improve the pick and speed of bike. Waiting for suggestion please

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam.rokx.73 View Post
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    I need to replace chain girari set of my Ravi Piaggio 2011 model. suggestions are required from expert guys that can i install chain girari of Suzuki GS-150? OR any other which may improve the pick and speed of bike. Waiting for suggestion please
    Sprocket set have two setups one for acceleration and one for top speed and there is a limit to which you can go 4 any of them.
    Less teeth at front or more at rear means more acceleration.
    More teeth at front or less at rear means more top speed.
    Keep in mind, increase is one thing will decrease the other like go 4 top speed and you will lose acceleration.
    About fuel average, Increasing top speed can be good for highway use but you will not get good average in city but increasing acceleration is good for city use but not for highway. *Considering that you drive on highway at 100km/h constant.
    Whatever is the genuine setup go 2, 3 teeths more or less, too much variation will take all the fun away and will make ur bike weird to drive and my suggestion will be to carry on the current setup as it provides perfect balance of acceleration, top speed and fuel average.
    About company go 4 anything Japanese.
    I hope i have covered every aspect.

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    IMO no need to go for expensive GS 150 sprocket set. Ravi's own sprocket set is very durable as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfaizandawood View Post
    Sprocket set have two setups one for acceleration and one for top speed and there is a limit to which you can go 4 any of them.
    Less teeth at front or more at rear means more acceleration.
    More teeth at front or less at rear means more top speed.
    Keep in mind, increase is one thing will decrease the other like go 4 top speed and you will lose acceleration.
    About fuel average, Increasing top speed can be good for highway use but you will not get good average in city but increasing acceleration is good for city use but not for highway. *Considering that you drive on highway at 100km/h constant.
    Whatever is the genuine setup go 2, 3 teeths more or less, too much variation will take all the fun away and will make ur bike weird to drive and my suggestion will be to carry on the current setup as it provides perfect balance of acceleration, top speed and fuel average.
    About company go 4 anything Japanese.
    I hope i have covered every aspect.
    Thank you very much bro for your kind time and suggestion

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel82 View Post
    IMO no need to go for expensive GS 150 sprocket set. Ravi's own sprocket set is very durable as well.
    Thank you for response bro. As i am from Peshawar and Ravi Piaggio own sprocket is not available in market here. So can i install Honda Delux sprocket??

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    There is a difference of fitting of rear sprocket of Ravi Piaggio and deluxe. You have to bore new holes in the sprocket to meet the requirements of fitting. Front sprocket will be fitted as such i.e. no alterations would be required.

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