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    Here is a gearing Excel chart that Tenaja posted on my single seater thread years ago. I just used it again for my next project and thought you guys might like it. It's very easy to use. Just plug in your primary ratio, your transmission ratios, gearbox and sprocket ratios, tire height, and engine RPMs and it spits out all your speeds in KPH and MPH. I added a few cells to simplify the final ratios when using a FNR box. If not using a FNR box, simply put "1" under the gearbox ratio and put in your sprocket numbers. The file attached has the info for my ZX14 which I left on to serve as an example. Hope you guys like it.

    PS: If it's been posted before, feel free to remove. If not, it might make a good Sticky. It seems pretty accurate from what I've experienced.
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    Awesome, Thanks Flyer!
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    Finally discovered the root of the main issue plaguing me (huge split between first and 2nd gear for the '85 vs '86 engine) this is very much welcome. Wish i had thought along these lines earlier!
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    Can someone check this? Im getting a bunch of jibberish when I open it.

    Prolly my puter.
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    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    Right click, save as. If you just open it, it does the jiberish.
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    Thanks boss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    HOLY Awesome Spreadsheet!!
    Couple this with gearingcommander.com
    and you got all the data you could want to set up an mc car..
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyerrider View Post
    Here is a gearing Excel chart that Tenaja posted on my single seater thread years ago. I just used it again for my next project and thought you guys might like it. It's very easy to use. Just plug in your primary ratio, your transmission ratios, gearbox and sprocket ratios, tire height, and engine RPMs and it spits out all your speeds in KPH and MPH. I added a few cells to simplify the final ratios when using a FNR box. If not using a FNR box, simply put "1" under the gearbox ratio and put in your sprocket numbers. The file attached has the info for my ZX14 which I left on to serve as an example. Hope you guys like it.

    PS: If it's been posted before, feel free to remove. If not, it might make a good Sticky. It seems pretty accurate from what I've experienced.
    Hey Guys,
    Any idea where the attachment has gone?

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    Thanks Beruda.
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