My thinking also........If a rider is looking for more throttle response and easy fix is to add inchesBefore I run a solid sprocket I want to see what someones clutch basket looks like that has been running one for around 15-20k miles. A compensator is basically a shock absorber for the engine/drivetrain. All that force that a comp absorbs has to go to other componentrs once you get rid of it. My guess woul be the clutch basket would take a pounding. I'm not bashing those that run them so please don't take offense. It's just a question on longevity and if it's worth it in the long run. I know they feel good and responsive but I feel like there has to be a downside. Maybe not....
Alot of good first hand info here