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by Paul on February 23, 2006, 05:40:00 PM
On another thread, there was a question on how a tire can be changed so fast, and if you need special tools. However, I believe it is more technique than tools, so I sat down and wrote my procedures. In racing, you have to be able to make tire changes quickly, especially in the ISDE events, as minutes can mean penalty points. Here are my thoughts:
by Paul on February 17, 2006, 02:33:00 PM
This is a gearing chart based off the front / rear sprocket offers from Sprocket Specialists. There is nothing KX specific so you can apply this to your Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki or whatever it is your riding.
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