Just how will this impact his performance at say fifth gear 4000 rpm ? 5000 rpm ?
stock sprocket is 15 T as for the chain, I go from a 14 T to a 16 T with no trouble EZ job you will like the 16 takes a lot of buzz out of the bike, mpg goes up and 1st gear feels the same to me... I like it on my 09this would be nice... most of what i do with this bike is on the road ...how hard is it to change.??.. I am assuming that the current one that is on my 09 is a 15 T........
thx for the scoop...
No, no puller is required to change out the counter shaft sprocket. You will need a 1 1/16 SAE or a 27mm socket for the counter shaft sprocket nut. And this is where I'd offer a suggestion. There is a clip washer that locks the nut in place that will need to be knocked flat....a ratchet extension and a hammer will work for those of us with Primitive Pete tendencies.do i need a puller to do this change out??
can / where i get online??
Best bang for the buck out there right now I believe is right he-ya:thx Amigo will my local shop be the best place to get this dude and should i replace the cilp washer to be safe??
Did mine last month. Chain had 4800 miles on it. Used a PBI 16t and original chain. Didn't need any shims. Reused locking washer. Got hands dirty, grinned stupidly, drank beers.if i would change my 15t out for a 16t, would i for sure have to get a new chain so it would fit or will i get away with using the original chain. i would like to know from the people who have done this mod.