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post #1 of 11 Old 01-26-2015, 07:41 AM Thread Starter
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i have a 2004 636. i am looking to start stunting this year. looking to get a starter kit if you will and still have a road bike in the process. i will also be adding a power commander 3 to the mods as well. also with my build, i am looking for a fairing stay or stunt stay as well as adding either dirt bike bar setup or just using clipons. my last question is where do you get the windscreens for these stunt setups?

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ok cool. how about sprockets?
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Hey, I have a bike like yours and i'm also going to be putting a power commander and new sprockets/chain in. When you do it, would you mind letting me know how it went and how it works?

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Get a stealth stay go with the clip ons and 60 tooth sprocket
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14-58 seems to work well
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I wouldn't go over 54t if you want to keep it semi streetable.

I had a 55t on my old 929 and that was about the limit.

Had a 60t on my last 05' 636 which made it pretty much useless on the highway
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First two things I did was change my clip-ons and clutch lever. Went with the 4" Apex adjustable risers and an RSC shorty lever.

Just the clip-ons alone were enough to get me more concentrated and comfortable on the bike. Seating position makes all the difference. The sprocket came after I was comfortable cruising on a sit down in 2nd on stock gearing.

Then i jumped to a 50. Wasn't big enough in my opinion, especially since I wanted to focus more on slower lot riding.
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