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I'm looking for some new wheels and tires for my 300ex. What size should I get. I do not want to loose too much speed and I am thinking of going up a tooth on the front sprocket. Let me know what you think. Thanks.

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I would go with some Maxxis Razr2's on some Douglas Blue labels.

Stick with stock size rims but get a 20x10/20x11x I think you have 9" rims.

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what kind of riding do you do? if they are for woods/trail riding you could go with the razr 2's or ITP GNCCs....we run both of those, depending on the conditions...

if you do primarily MX tracks, stick with the razrmx.

Wheels, you can prob. get away with regular steel rims...if you compete, go for a more expensive that will help seal the beads, like Hipers or Beadlocks....

Just a thought.

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If you go up a tooth on the front sprocket, I would go down 2" on the rear tire size or you will notice a significant drop in acceleration and you will need to work the clutch alot more at low speeds.

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yes, I didn't go down on tire size and ended up burning the clutch.

If you go up a tooth on the front sprocket, I would go down 2" on the rear tire size or you will notice a significant drop in acceleration and you will need to work the clutch alot more at low speeds.

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