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15/44 gearing DRZSM= slower wheelies

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will my clutch ups have to be done at a slower speed given the new torque curve??

thanks

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Your torque curve won't change due to gearing, but it may feel different. Also, without knowing what gearing you were running before, it would be difficult to answer your question. Easiest, quickest way to find out is to jump on the bike and go ride.

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Torque curve is the same. Your rpm range just drops down.

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You can do power wheelies with 44t, just lean back a little, cover that rear brake!

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Torque curve is the same. Your rpm range just drops down.

but with a higher ratio (ie 44), a 19mph clutch up will have to be done at a slower speed, no?

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