Maybe one of the guys in Europe where they are street legal can comment on this. I saw a photo on one of the sites and man the rear sprocket was small.
If not I would think sprocket specialists or some other sprocket company could build a custom small one for you.
Just curious as to why your after a really small rear sprocket?
I'm assuming you are talking about the rear sprocket? If you drop down in size you will lose top end speed. You can go with a 15 up front and a 34 in the rear...or search around for a smaller rear
Came out wrong..the drop in the front won't help with any extra top end but the rear will..That is a small looking sprocket!
Are we getting them backwards here? I dropped down in the back on mine originally to gain more top end. He will be loosing torque which he is aware of but by going lower in the rear gear he will be gaining top end speed.
European Street Legal quad. That is a small sprocket made for speed.