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    Default Top end..?

    Awesome.. +100 for explanation.

    But how does the bike feel at top end...??

    Whats the earlier and current top speed with this setup?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fazer89 View Post
    Awesome.. +100 for explanation.

    But how does the bike feel at top end...??

    Whats the earlier and current top speed with this setup?
    Never tried top end, tachophobic
    But there was great improvement in highway cruisability.
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    Kindly give me the pro's and con's of this conversion.

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    I have carried out this mod 2 years back,it is definately a good mod,the bike runs around 500/750 rpm less at any given speed also FE is also increased.
    The downside was in city U have to shift a lot,& for installation U don`t have to take off anything just loosen the chain & the adjuster to the max take out the left side GB cover & take out the 14t sprocket it is breeze,while installing 15t do it in reverse order & its done.Just maintain enough chain slack.
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    Default Re: Yamaha FZ inner sprocket change

    Quote Originally Posted by Shreeni0403 View Post
    You will just have to remove chain lock and pull out the chain
    FZ16 chain doesn't have a chain lock. Having said that, a Honda chain lock fits perfectly. Yamaha chain lock doesn't fit. Funny..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mishal153 View Post
    FZ16 chain doesn't have a chain lock. Having said that, a Honda chain lock fits perfectly. Yamaha chain lock doesn't fit. Funny..
    Pulsar 135 chain lock also fits. Dunno whether they are different across UGs.
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    Default Re: Yamaha FZ-16 Inner Sprocket Change + Tyre Removal

    Does it harms to engine...? Any bad effect...?
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    Default Re: Yamaha FZ-16 Inner Sprocket Change + Tyre Removal

    Hello guys, today i installed Pulsar 150/180 15T sproket in my FZS 2010.
    Its really effects yaaar.!

    I have attended 121kmph speed on open road, in upwind direction....!
    Today i felt the real "POWER" of yamaha....so happy, before it speedometer was not working, today it started suddenly, so i was able to see kmph on it...i felt it was not its top speed, some more power was left in machine.

    Will try next time...

    Now my Bike runs at 62kmph @ 4000rpm...because of this 1 extra"T"....

    Thank you Guys...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbr View Post
    Does it harms to engine...? Any bad effect...?
    No harm, a bit sluggish acceleration.
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    Default Re: Yamaha FZ inner sprocket change

    @deville_56 It'd be great if your could fix the broken image links!

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