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    Baby Twin
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    chain and sprocket advise

    Hi. im new on here and new to the v twin world.
    after having a lot of jap bikes over the 16 years iv been on bikes . i wanted a change.
    i picked up my 55 plate rsvr last week. i must say i love it. from the bang out of the akros to the way it takes corners.
    was thinking of dropping 1 in the front and up 2 in the rear. looking for advise . thanks

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    yep thats what they do..makes the bike come alive you'll be surprised as they are geared quite tall to start with

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    thanks. il give it a go in a few weeks . after i get to know the bike a bit better lol

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    Yup ALL Aprilias are Overgeared , -1+2 is the standard sprok mod( keep std 108 link chain)
    Knocks about 10 mph off the top end but much better acceleration

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    thanks bud . will do it for sure and let ye know what i think of it

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