Aside from tires, a motorcycle’s chain and sprockets are some of the first components to wear out. A properly functioning drivetrain not only maximizes power, but also reduces friction and rolling resistance. It’s also one of the easiest, and most affordable upgrades you can make to alter the acceleration and power characteristics of your machine. For example, fitting a larger tooth rear sprocket increases acceleration performance, while reducing teeth, allows the motorcycle engine to rev at a lower rpm in top gear.
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