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Changing Gearing In My Triumph Twin

genetoo

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Gene
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1973 Triumph Tiger 750 TR7-R
The wiring harness is in and it went well thanks to all your tips,were very helpful Another question. I prefer hwy cruising 60 -70 mph & don't want to turn the high RPMs required to do this, hearing the engine sing ,making it a bit more uncomfortable & tiring to ride long distances. So I want to add or subtract a tooth or 2 on the drive sprocket to get the RPM,s down at higher speeds . However,If I do this will I now have to slip clutch a lot from a dead stop each time to get it rolling ? What,s all involved in changing the drive gear, how many teeth etc, or is it even advisable or worth it ? Gene in Mn.
 
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