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I went with -1 and it's the best mod you can do for the money imho. I still cruise on the highways alot, otherwise I would've went with -1+2. Do it, you won't regret it.
 

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-1 will give you the nest results for the track or even hard riding. Just enough to make a difference, but not so bad to lift the front all the time or make you shift a heluva lot more.
 

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Sorry man i had to be that one guy +2 rear...

I just hate to have that POS steel sprocket out back..
and did i mention you will lose about 1/2 lb?
I cant recall the last time i had a steel rear sprocket on a bike, after i had owned the bike that was like one of the 1st mods done.
lighter rotating mass, better quality, and looks as well...

But yeah it is $75.00 verus like $18.00 for a front sprocket
 

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+2 rear, i am not a fan of the noise associated with aftermarket front sprockets or the whole flip the bike up over on your face.
 

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I actually went -1,+4 but, I don't ride on the street and do only 1/4 mile stuff because it keeps the bike up in the power band and I can get through all 6 gears by the end of the run. I have a 16t front for when I do track dyas to get the bike close to stock gearing though and take stress off the chain by opening up the radius around the front sprocket. I love my ultralght renthal front and rear sprockets though they are sweet.
 
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