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I have a stock 2001 ZX6R. i'm looking for good lift in second. What would the reactshion of the bike if I went down a tooth in the front. BUT I am jeting it in the summer hopefully with a full system pipe. or maybe hold off on gearing until jet and pipe in place. ???? thanks all

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I went from 15 to 14 tooth in the front on my 98 zx6r and it's one of the best mod I did so far, it's cheap to do and I can see the difference in acceleration and wheelies. the only inconvenient is that the speedometer is not accurate , you go a little slower than what it shows.

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while wheelies may be slightly easier with one tooth down in front, don't count on easy wheelies in second....even with a pipe and jetting, there's no such thing as an easy wheelie in second on a zx-6r....unless you've done some pretty drastic mods.... that's just my opinion, but I'd be willing to bet that most would agree

P.S. I went down one in the front and up five in the rear and second gear wheelies still aren't that easy...
 

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I agree to that , if you want to wheelie in second it will have to be a stand up wheelie , but it's possible , I've seen a guy do a stand up wheelie in 3rd on a stock zx6r.

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