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:help: None of the gearing chart say if a 24/43 gear combo with a 76 chain will work on a 2003 chain case? anyone tried this combo?

I am running a team secondary , anyone know if it will overdrive with a stock 700 primary? I still want to be able to run 105 mph even if thats all it will do.

My current clutching and gearing combo works good but just looking to improve on good..

140-330 Ti primary with 10-66 weights
70-44.46 er helix with red/blue spring
24/41 gears with a 76 chain

136" x 1.25" studded ripsaw track

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Originally posted by xc-mark@Sep 18 2005, 08:58 PM
:help:  None of the gearing chart say if a 24/43 gear combo with a 76 chain will work on a 2003 chain case?  anyone tried this combo?

I am running a team secondary , anyone know if it will overdrive with a stock 700 primary? I still want to be able to run 105 mph even if thats all it will do.

My current clutching and gearing combo works good but  just looking to improve on good..

140-330 Ti primary with 10-66 weights
70-44.46 er helix with red/blue spring
24/41 gears with a 76 chain

136" x 1.25" studded ripsaw track

think snow
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24/43 is not recommended with the 7.92 CD chaincase.
 

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anyone have any thoughts on this gear set? I am currently running 24/41 and dont do a lot of high speed ridding ( NH trail speed limit is 45)

will the team over drive like a old school button? Bonz how much gear did you run befor the HL? Proxmann I see your running these gears, whats the fastest you got your going?
 

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I ran 23/42 and didn't loose anything on topend. It killed my fuel mileage though. :banghead: Ended up with 24/42 last year. Will be trying different combo's again this year. :div20:
 

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Yeah, I also used 24/42 with pretty much exactly that clutching setup ( Polaris almond primary...changed it every 200 miles).
Great setup, pulls very hard/backshifts well. No top end but nothing did anyway!!
24/42 pulls very hard, efficient chain bend too.
Crappy gas mileage...but WTF!
25/42 fits in there too....pretty damn tight but it will go and keep the tensioner still. Better top end and a lot better gas mileage and still pulls harder than the stock 25/41.
 
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