I'm searching Bike Bandit because they have Honda OEM counter-shaft sprockets and then I start looking at rear sprockets. Seems I can order a steel JT rear sprocket in nearly any number of teeth. 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 etc. all the way up to 53. I've been riding stock 15-45 (nearly 10,000 miles) and want to gear down a bit for the woods but keep it as great as possible on the road too. In the woods I ride in, 2nd gear is often too fast but 1st is too slow. I end up shifting back and forth a lot. Definitely going to get OEM XR600R 14 tooth sprocket for the front and a new OEM 15 tooth as well to switch back and forth but not sure what to get in back. Was thinking 46 because it's close to 45 and hopefully won't change the highway that much but might contribute to the better off road ratio. What do you think? Should I go 46 teeth or stay with the stock number 45? (assuming 110 link chain) Here's how the numbers look: 14-46 = 3.285 14-45 = 3.214 15-46 = 3.066 15-45 = 3.000 Anybody got any better ideas?