correct. Combined with replacing the rear sprocket with one with even less teeth, such as 15-41, will lower rpm's even more than just changing the front sprocket. That setup isn't widely encouraged, especially to those living and riding in hilly areas. I live in a very flat area of Texas and don't do any hill riding, due to lack of hills lol. So that will be my setup pretty soon hopefully. For sure I'll be changing my front sprocket, which is something I think everyone should do.Actually a 15 in front versus a 14 will decrease your rpm's and hopefully will increase your gas mileage at the same given speed (for example 60 mph).