I have to get a new chain and sprockets, and I was wondering if bigger is better? If i do get a bigger sprocket how much top end will i lose?
How much would the speedo be out on the gsxr 600 with those sprockets? I've got the same bike different year and I was thinking about changing the sprockets as well.! down and 2 up won't lose any top end. You might actually gain some top end and will get there quicker. I don't think a GSXR 600 can redline in top gear , so going lower will really help.
i just put a new chain and sprockets on my cbr. it was extremely simple. never done it before. took a little over an hour. i just went 1 smaller on the front. no reason just the kit i bought. i find the hardest thing is getting the rear axle shaft back in by yourself, while trying to hold the wheel in place.Thanks for the input, I might as well go bigger if i am going to be changing it anyways. How difficult is it to change the front and rear sprocket??