Yea, go up two teeth in the back and down one in the front.
520 if you want, but I think the stock chain size should suffice.
Check the price, because you may want to change out the chain anyway if you get new sprockets, not changing the chain is like changing your oil and not changing the filter (or so Ive heard)
You should be able to bounce her up without trouble though.
Second gear, 55-60 mph, stand up, let off the throttle quick, bend your knees, give it a big bounce and whack the throttle quick and HARD! Keep your arms and legs straight, your bike will bring your big self right up.
PS If you try this, careful not to flip over, if you do it right, the bike will come up FAST
Ouch, we can definitly all wait till the day that happens. I'm comfortable with wheelies, however not sitting down and stand-ups feel alot smoother for me. Probably cause of my size.
Thanks for the heads up though :!:
Hey go 520 - it's a little know fact but you will gain about 3 bhp at the back wheel just through saving drive train losses - a 520 kit with alloy sprokets like Renthall will weigh about 4 lbs lighter than stock.
I've also gone up 2 on the back sproket just to launch a bit quicker and I don't notice the couple of mph I loose at the top