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Old 04-03-2013, 11:43 PM   #1039
Cliff h
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Location: Anchorage, Ak
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Originally Posted by NZer-BWheeler View Post
Hi all, have replaced my rear stock tyre on my 200 with a 25" rear, and have noticed an increase in speed. Was wondering if I can further increase it by down sizing the rear sprocket. Currently its the standard 37T. Would anyone know where I could sourse possibly a 35T . One other thing I have noticed in different threads is the talk of the rear sprocket being dished. I have a BW200N and the sprocket on it isnt dished at all, was this a later thought on newer models, or is mine not stock. The rear chain seems to run fine etc.
The sprocket is dished on a 350, but I believe that it is flat on a 200 and will not interchange between the two bikes. If you want to gear down for a bit slower top speed, you will need to increase the size of your rear sprocket, or downsize your front sprocket on your secondary (rear) chain. I am not sure what is available for the 200's, but our beloved 350's sprockets are becoming increasingly difficult to find. Good luck!
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