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i have a 2006 crf 150f and was wondering what the best sprocket would be to get or if i should just keep it stock?

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For a stock bike, the stock gearing is the best. What kind of riding do you do? We can't really be any use to you unless you tell us that. Do you just want more power?

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renthal aluminum rear and the cheapest steel front that u can find

i have 14/49 and love it

haha, not sure if a 150 is gonna pull very hard with a 14/49 combo. I can't wait till summer time, I'm so exited to ride.:applause:

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haha, not sure if a 150 is gonna pull very hard with a 14/49 combo. I can't wait till summer time, I'm so exited to ride.:applause:

yeah itd prob die.. lol

o well

RENTHAL ALUMINUM REAR FTW

o and palmer44 get a new chain while your at it, save yourself the hassle of replacing the stock, even if you dont want to go non o-ring u can still get a GREAT o-ring chain for cheaper than the OEM one

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For a stock bike, the stock gearing is the best. What kind of riding do you do? We can't really be any use to you unless you tell us that. Do you just want more power?

im gonna be riding mostly on trails but a lil bit of sand. but i just want a little bit more power.

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im gonna be riding mostly on trails but a lil bit of sand. but i just want a little bit more power.

gearing will not give you power but rather move the power around to where u can use it most effectivly

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In that case, I'd suggest you go up one tooth in the rear. Make sure the rear sprocket is a Renthal Aluminum. Also get an X-ring chain, it'll probably hold up better than a Non-O-Ring when riding in the sand. Don't get an O-Ring chain, the X-Ring is a lighter and much smoother riding chain. Does losing top speed concern you?

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i keeping my stock steel sproket. aluminum sprokets arent as strong as a steel, and they wear out faster.

Forged aluminum is quite strong, the benefits from it outweigh the lifespan, whatever it may be. I am very pleased with mine.

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Ahh my good man, the moneys worth is in the aluminum sprocket.

:applause: Only thing is I got the bike new in Oct and couldnt ride from Dec 3rd till around early feb,damn heart attack took 2 months of riding from me...So Im going to go at least a couple more months before I do the sprocket change...

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:applause: Only thing is I got the bike new in Oct and couldnt ride from Dec 3rd till around early feb,damn heart attack took 2 months of riding from me...So Im going to go at least a couple more months before I do the sprocket change...

10/4,enjoy your bike no matter what sprocket is on there.

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Im going alum,but first Im getting my moneys worth in the stock one...

i kept my stocker in case i got no money wen my alum. goes bad =P

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i keeping my stock steel sproket. aluminum sprokets arent as strong as a steel, and they wear out faster.

if you take your stock one off and you have an alum. in the other hand you would not ever go back to steel

and a properly maintained chain/sprocket should last about the same.

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