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F3 675 gearing selection

Hi all I have started racing this year, and have very quickly learned I have to alter the gearing. I'm seeking advice on what sizes of front and rear sprockets to get.
I look forward to your input, john
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You'll probably get a different answer from everyone, and it all depends on the tracks your at.
But obviously you'll be adding 2,3 or even 4 teeth to the rear, and / or losing one tooth off the front

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That's the answer I was looking for thanks
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Hi all I have started racing this year, and have very quickly learned I have to alter the gearing. I'm seeking advice on what sizes of front and rear sprockets to get.
I look forward to your input, john
I added the typical two in the back and minus one on the front on my 675. Much more lively bike and perfect on the tracks here in Ca. For me at least.
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