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Old ones off.

I just put a bit of wood through the swing arm and used a 2ft bar and it came loose.

Cleaned the masses of crap out off there to.

Cadwell next Monday so I can try it out.

Going to go +2 on the back over winter to.

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Which bike is it?

In went -1/+3 on my gixxer 600. Made the bike a lot more frisky. Great fun!

I'm a firm believer that all bikes leave the factory with too high gearing just to satisfy EU noise and emmisions regulations.

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you wont have no problem with that gearing at cadwell


just take it steady at hall bends the hairpin and barn as you will easily spin the rear in the wrong gear and with it all been under trees :wink:

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Yer, I don't think I will but if I start focusing on stuff I can't ride.

Last trackday they put the wristbands on to slack. It's all I could think about because they had sat funny on my wrist. I just couldn't ride.

Got them changed and then I was back to normal.

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