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I am going to install a 14 tooth sprocket on my zx6r 2000 it currently has a 15 tooth front sprocket. Once installed I know my speedometer will be way off so what can I do to calibrate it properly so the bike is not showing way more miles then I am putting on it and an inaccurate speed?
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I figure it will make it off an additional 7%. There is a company that makes something called a yellow box that allows you to recalibrate the speedo. You can also use a Sigma bike computer to get an accurate speed reading for about $25 but it won't help you with the inaccurate odometer reading.
 

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Any Idea on who makes the product called the yellow box? And what the hell size socket do I need for the front sprocket nut?
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The speedo will read 7% higher with a 14-tooth front sprocket and is likely inaccurate even before the change.

The Yellow Box is made by Black Robotics in Australia.

The front sprocket nut on the 2000 ZX-6R measures 27 mm.
 
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