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Question 95 Indy top speed gear???

I have the opportunity to get gears for cheap that will supposedly boost the top end of my 95 Indy long track... Is there a substantial gain in top end speed? Will this rob me of acceleration? Need help making the decision! Thanks
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The larger your top sprocket and smaller the bottom sprocket will increase your top end and yes you will lose bottom end. This is why you dont want to make drastic changes to either the top or bottom. Which model sled is it.
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It's my new and improved 95 Indy trail deluxe.. Bc of the long track I'm going to pass on the offer, I need to keep whatever acceleration I have ESP for the deeper stuff. Thanks! Btw take a look at the pic of my machine and let me know what you think!
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Your sled should have a 20t top and a 39t bottom sprocket which is pretty good for both lower end and top speed. These sleds are really not meant for excessive speed anyway, but if you wanted to go to a 22t top sprocket i don't think it would hurt your acceleration much and might give you a little more speed. Probably really not worth all the messing around though. Good luck
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Great thanks for the help
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