Thread: Pablo's DR350
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Old 01-27-2011, 03:23 PM   #79
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Yeah, what the numerically lower ratio does is transfer less torque through the geartrain by making it spin faster. A numerically higher final drive is then required to multiply the torque back up again. That's why Honda's HRC kit for the XR600 included an NX650/XR650L primary drive set with a lower ratio.
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