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Im now happy with the power of my bike and want to lower crusing rpms a bit, bought a -2 rear sprocket and was wondering if anyone who has done one could chime in.

Do i need to remove a link from the chain or are the adjusters long enough to compensate for this?

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-2 rear sprocket is the same as putting a 15T on the front (2.00 gear ratio)
so any of the threads here on the forum about a 15T on the front is what you can expect
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You axle will move back 1/4" or 1 1/4 Notches on the swing-arm
your chain should be fine as is , unless you have 5,000 miles on it and it is stretched to to max limit ?

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-2 rear sprocket is the same as putting a 15T on the front (2.00 gear ratio)
so any of the threads here on the forum about a 15T on the front is what you can expect
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You axle will move back 1/4" or 1 1/4 Notches on the swing-arm
your chain should be fine as is , unless you have 5,000 miles on it and it is stretched to to max limit ?
awesome, thanks. only 400 miles on the current chain.
 
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