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Old 14 Jun 2011, 02:46 pm
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Default Honda CRF250r sprocket change?

i have the stock sprocket on my 2007 crf250r....i heard that you can change sprockets to get more top end speed...i ride really open areas and could use some more many teeth sprocket should i get? anyone know what a stock crf250r comes with?
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Old 14 Jun 2011, 03:46 pm
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Have a look at this site called Gearing Commander:

It will tell you what sprocket changes will do for your bike.

Regards, ItalFreak
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