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Question 520 kit Rear sprocket wobbling VIDEO

Iím missing a spacer kit or something? Under power itís going to twist it more than a few degrees out of alignment

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I think some movement is normal. Does it touch the hub or have any marks on it on the wheel side either on hub or hub carrier/swingarm?

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That little bit of play is normal.. as for the sprocket it might be possible it can go on one two ways.
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Really? I mean holy cow it wiggles side to side and twists on the central axis a few degrees
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Is that sprocket and carrier stock?

When I switched my S4Rs Monster to AEM carrier and a titanium sprocket with titanium cush drives, the play was at least that. No issues.

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Hi!
It is normal.
I have 520 kit as well... Don't worry.
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Alright Iím confident in your replies. Have NEVER seen this in 20+ bikes in my life but I guess thatís MV for ya?

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Not just MV as I stated earlier.

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Acceleration loads will not make it deflect...unless your chain is longer on one side of the plates than the other !! Not likely. Or the swing arm or frame is flexing. Not likely on the MV.

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Not just MV as I stated earlier.

never had it like this on any of my Ducatis.maybe enough play to know it wasn't dead rock solid, but nothing like this on them


JD, the -1 front went on long side first on this one. seems to be in good alignment and roll easily.
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