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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-11-2016, 02:45 AM Thread Starter
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Which chain and sprocket kit? F4 750

I would like to put a new chain and sprockets on my F4 750, I don't wish to pay MV prices and wondered if anyone could steer me towards a set; third party kit? I only do 1,000m max a year on the bike.

Would this be along the correct lines?


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Nope. Have you looked at the forum sponsors ? Keep in mind the 750's have a different configuration to the models which came out after it.

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The devil lays here in the detail.
The front sprocket may be has an offset or no offset.
My 2001 F4S has the offset front sprocket, my Brutale S has no offset.
If You order front sprockets be prepared to get the wrong sprocket.
How do I know?
With the rear it is a whole different story.
Yes You can also find rear sprockets with the seats for the cush drives from Afam or so.
Although for that price You can buy a Quick Change assembly from a later model too.
Ebay or ask here in the for sale section, everything from Brutale 910 to 1078, or F4 1000 to 1078 will fit.
The are fairly cheap and You need only a new sprocket.
No to forget, You need a different spacer to the QC set.
And with sprockets go for a 520 chain.
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I bought the Talon quick release carrier and sprockets for my 750
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