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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-12-2007, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
Best Combo for F/R Spocket ??

Hi fellow riders.

Any idea which combination is the best besides the stock ?

Any riders who have tried other combination with good performance pls kindly share your knowledge.

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-12-2007, 12:57 PM
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14/43 works for me. 14/41 was stock I think on my '00 F4 750. I didn't want to change the front sprocket for many reasons, and I wanted to raise the rear as much as poosible, hence 14/43.
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More acceleration but lesser top speed right? Sounds about the right way to go.
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just ordered my sprockets yesterday... I got the stock front (13? or 14?) anyways...the rear is a 42 tooth, and a DID gold chain (525)

I was told to go for the 520 set up, but Afam is still in the works for a 520 sprocket, so i'd be a few months before I was able to do that. Who has done the conversion?? is it worth the extra work involved?? Where is the 520 sprockets availible from? I figured the 525 would work best for long life/ stretch porposes.
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just ordered my sprockets yesterday... I got the stock front (13? or 14?) anyways...the rear is a 42 tooth, and a DID gold chain (525)

I was told to go for the 520 set up, but Afam is still in the works for a 520 sprocket, so i'd be a few months before I was able to do that. Who has done the conversion?? is it worth the extra work involved?? Where is the 520 sprockets availible from? I figured the 525 would work best for long life/ stretch porposes.

I have a 520 on my 750. I thought that was stock on all F4's. I guess I was wrong.
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it is on the 750's. went up to 525 for 1000's. the 1000 comes with a quick change rear, sprockets are not THAT expensive. buy a couple and try them out, if you don't like, then sell. don't forget the speedo calibrator to compensate for new ratios.
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any updates on these thread ?
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14x39 on my SPR that came with 14x38. First I thought to go for 14x40 but 39 is really working great!
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post #9 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-16-2007, 04:37 AM Thread Starter
any senna owner ?? any idea whts the stock spocket for senna
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it is on the 750's. went up to 525 for 1000's. the 1000 comes with a quick change rear, sprockets are not THAT expensive. buy a couple and try them out, if you don't like, then sell. don't forget the speedo calibrator to compensate for new ratios.
Who makes the speedo calibrator, and were is it available on line ?

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