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  1. Rear Sprocket Ratio

    2008+ KLR650 Wrenching & Mod Questions
    I have a 2007 and a 2011 KLR 650; both rear sprockets are 43 tooth stock units; I changed the countershaft sprocket to 16 tooth to reduce RPM at 60-70 mph but want to reduce it more; I can't find other than a 38 tooth sprocket, but would rather have a 41 or 40 tooth sprocket to get RPMs where I...
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