And most importantly, corner advantages.SonLi said:^^^^^^^Yeah what he said, but it's for a reason with a lighter chain you have less unsprung weight, it gives you acceleration advantages. If I'm correct you have a 530 or 535 stock I forget which one it is. But with a lighter chain you'll have a shorter chain life, as long as you buy a good brand it shouldn't be too bad. That and people usual get a sprocket conversion w/a 520 chain. my 2 cents, yay
ukbruce said:cheers for the help. gsxcorey. a, guessing you work for motomummy. so if your allowed to on here. could you tell me how much to post a full kit to the uk. both front and rear sprockets, and a new chain. also which kit would you recomend. i have looked at the info. and if i am rite. would i go for a 15T front and a 47T rear set up for a 520 conversion??
Except for a bit higher RPM on the highway, it's great for the street. A bit torquier feel, and better acceleration. Unless you plan to run 100mph on the highway all the time, -1 +3 is the way to go IMO. To me a stock R6 feels like a slouch now.99d3c2 said:I have heard of guys going -1/+3 but I could not see how that would be good for anything other than really tight roads/really tight tracks. Good luck with your decision.