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Sunstar Rear Steel Sprocket - Honda Shadow VT750 (39 Teeth)

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Average Customer Review: 4.50 (based on 6 reviews)

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(5 stars) reviewed on 12/27/11 by
(flask777) from , NY, United States, for a 0 750 Shadow ACE wrote:

Mine is 38 tooth now...had the 39 but what a difference at highway speed
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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/06/10 by
magnacro ninic (cromagna) from sibenik, CA, Americas, for a 1997 750 Shadow ACE wrote:

mine is 38 teeth. my recomended to everybody. it is like 6th gear
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(5 stars) reviewed on 08/17/09 by
Buzz St.Claire (shipit) from Vancouver, WA, United States, for a 2003 750 Shadow ACE wrote:

Last fall, I decided that I wanted the bike to loaf a bit more at highway speeds. Data suggest that my top end would increase roughly 5 mph per tooth removed. At the same time, I could not find a formula to predict loss of low end torque. Thus, I decided to "Take it easy". I'm not a speed demon. I removed 6 links from the chain, which turned out to be too few. Had I removed 8 links, I would not now be faced with the chore of returning the rear axle to "New" position and removing more links (Small goof). At 39 links, I have achieved my goal and more. While the bike can now do 80+ mph while asleep, I have seen no discernable loss at low end. My biggest surprise and pleasure came from calculating my gas mileage. It went from 50 mpg to almost 60 mpg. Nice Chrstmas present.
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