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So I just got back from a test ride on the 690 after installing a new 2 tooth larger rear sprocket. Such a simple change, but such a large improvement.

Really helps the 690 out while still giving me a comfortable 70 MPH cruising speed.

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So that means it'll wheelie while at an idle?

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Andy, I will tell you that I can tell the difference if I play hooligan going around an asphalt corner as it's much easier to break the rear tire loose.

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