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Old March 29th, 2009, 09:40 PM   #1
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Default 2000 banshee stock front sprocket - how many teeth?

I forgot to count this when I was up at the cabin... Anyone know off hand what the stock tooth count is for a 2k banshee? I wanted to go up one tooth on the front sprocket when I replace the chain and rear spkt.

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Old April 6th, 2009, 03:18 PM   #2
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14T is stock, most people go down in the front for more torque and getting up to speed faster.. i take it you need more top end?
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Most of the driving around my cottage puts me in an odd part of the powerband at low rpm in 3rd gear. I wanted to be able to run out second a hair longer and stay where it makes power. Maybe shift a few less times, since I seem to be hunting between 2nd and 3rd & 3rd and 4th alot.


I hope that makes sense. As always both of you guys know more than me, so this remains just an idea I wanted to try.
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sounds like a valid option to me. Banshees suck ass down low, they really like to be in the 10K RPM range
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