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Alright I have a 06 910R and I am planning on ordering some parts for it. Looking at a power commander, an MDA123 battery pack, and i was going to swap the gears out to get better top end and ease off some of the torque. Mainly looking for suggestions of where to purchase the parts and suggestions on the sprocket set to get. Thanks for the help.
 

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The 910R is geared for about 160mph, you need it faster ? Any change to the sprockets will make your speedo inaccurate, in your case it will read slower than you are travelling which is a recipe for speeding tickets...
 

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@Red I actually live in Chula vista. not far from you.

Currently the max i am getting on it is 146ish. The sprocket swap is mainly to make it a bit tamer. As far as a speedo that is not reading correctly, with the programmer i am planning on getting is all dyne tuned. It is my understanding that adjust it through the use of a dyne tune and power commander. Am i wrong in this logic?
 

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The speedo reads off a sensor on the transmission output shaft. You will need a Speedo Healer or similar device to correct for gearing changes. But taming the Brutale is kind or against the nature of the beast.....

Now, getting smoother fueling and throttle through a PC and dyno tune....good idea.

And welcome to the family!
 

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The speedo reads off a sensor on the transmission output shaft. You will need a Speedo Healer or similar device to correct for gearing changes. But taming the Brutale is kind or against the nature of the beast.....

Now, getting smoother fueling and throttle through a PC and dyno tune....good idea.

And welcome to the family!
The beast is not to be tamed :yo:
 

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@Red I actually live in Chula vista. not far from you.

Currently the max i am getting on it is 146ish. The sprocket swap is mainly to make it a bit tamer. As far as a speedo that is not reading correctly, with the programmer i am planning on getting is all dyne tuned. It is my understanding that adjust it through the use of a dyne tune and power commander. Am i wrong in this logic?
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