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hey fellas,

i am running a 15/39 sprocket set on my klx250sf 2009. Perhaps Am looking for more power on the rear wheel, so I can wheelie easier.

I have come to an understanding that an easy step towards that would be to instal a bigger sprocket.

my question is which one?
how do i figure out if i need a new chain when i install a new sprocket?
if yes then how long of a chain?.
also, how big of a sprocket should I install?

I found these following sprocket and chains:
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/48/77/226/957/8715/2192/Primary-Drive-Rear-Steel-Sprocket
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/48/77/226/1259/8715/2085/Primary-Drive-520-RDO-O-Ring-Chain

Tell me what do you think?

Thanks!
 

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I have exactly the same questions. I'm thinking of installing rear sprocket the Protaper Metal Mulisha, but don't know what size to choose to be able to wheelie easier. And also do not want to change the front sprocket because want to get a better the appearance of my bike with a bigger rear sprocket.:hmmm:
 

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Okay so I changed my mind from having to change my rear sprocket lol . . . I learned how to wheelie :p

just sit more back on the seat, put the bike in first gear at about 5mph pull in the clutch rev up to about 5000 rrpm and pop the clutch ... ( WHEEEELLIEEEEEEE!!!!!)
 

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I have the same bike and it has no problem with getting the front end up and carrying it for awhile. I can get going in first or second and carry it all the way through 4 for some higher speed long distance wheelies.
 
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