Q: How many combinations does 2 front sprockets and 4 back sprockets have?

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The key to better acceleration or higher top speed is ratios, but if you change to a smaller sprocket at both ends the changes will cancel each other out and leave you pretty much where you started. If you want faster acceleration go for a smaller front or for a bigger rear.

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Two. Front and back.

they are 21C2 combinations

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With 10-speed I assume you have two chainwheels up front and five sprockets at the rear, although today you could have one chainwheel at the front and 10 sprockets at the rear as well. There's really no way of telling how many teeth you have short of actually counting them, but probably between 48-53 on the big ring and about 10 less on the small ring. Chainwheels are available in just about any number of teeth counts.

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With 10-speed I assume you have two chainwheels up front and five sprockets at the rear, although today you could have one chainwheel at the front and 10 sprockets at the rear as well. There's really no way of telling how many teeth you have short of actually counting them, but probably between 48-53 on the big ring and about 10 less on the small ring. Chainwheels are available in just about any number of teeth counts. The rear probably has a span of something like 13-23, although it can be both tighter and wider.

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