Final Drive Ratio Data
In this section you will find a range of information to help you better understand what kind of potential changes you can expect to receive if you decide to alter your final drive gearing from it's standard set up.
As a general rule of thumb, if you decide to shorten the gearing ie go down at the front sprocket and up at the rear sprocket, it will increase acceleration but reduce top end speed. And vice versa, if you lengthen the gearing ie go up at the front sprocket and down at the rear sprocket, it will decrease acceleration but increase top end.
Please note that if you adjust your gearing from it's standard or stock setting, you may find that your speedometer is less accurate and you use more fuel.
We hope this helps when choosing from our huge range of chains and sprockets, what set up is best suited for your needs.