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So, I'm hoping someone who knows more technical details can help with this, or we can all cross-reference and chime in!

In order to "Add Bike to Database" we need:
• 1. Primary Drive Ratio
• 2. Tire Size [Width , % , Rim]
• 3. M.P.RPM
• 4. Final Drive Ratio [Front/Rear]
• 5. Chain or Belt Pitch (in millimeters)
• 6. Chain links or Belt teeth

• 7. 1st-7th Gear Ratio (in this instance, 6th and 7ths are represented with 0's)
and then the rest is contact info, and for some reason a real (sounding) name + make/model/year stuff.

COMPLETE WEBPAGE FORM TO ADD BIKE TO "GEARING COMMANDER":
 

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It's in the owner's manual and quite identical to the previous. The only unknown is the number of links in the chain. If somebody could count the links the bike could be added to the GC database.
 

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As Tom said, the 2022 is identical to the 2018.
Due to the 30mm longer swingarm the chain link count was upped to 110 which was to be expected.
GearingCommander lists 650 and years from 2003-2013 .. so I guess the next question is.. would the 2018 be identical (in gearing and such) to the 2013?

Thank you for the response and chain link info.
 
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