Learn about a motorcycle's sprocket and chain from a professional stunt man in this free bike stunt video on how to pop a wheelie.
We're talking about how we wheelie. All right, now we're going to talk about the sprockets we're using. My sprocket right here is a Vortex 56727 sprocket. The sprockets you can use vary from when you're just riding normal to when you're stunting or racing, or zero to sixty. We have a big sprocket on here for the stunting. It keeps us--it gives us the ability to go a lot slower in our wheelies with a lot more control. This particular sprocket will take about thirty-five to forty miles off the top end of my bike right here, but I don't using it for racing, so I'm not too worried about that. If you want to keep a street bike and a stunt bike at the same time, and still want power, you can do the 520 conversion. You can drop one down in the front, and two up in the back, and that'll give you a pretty good amount of power there. But I went eleven up in the back from my stock to give me a lot more power in my lower gears. I'm using a 530 chain over here, because my sprocket is a 527. The stock sprocket for this bike is a 525. The difference here is just the width of the sprocket itself. So, a 525 is going to be a little bit smaller than a 527 because we have a 527 chain, the 525 chain will work on it. So we need to get a 530 chain, link it through here, for our new sprocket.
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