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Where to purchase Brutale Sprockets?

Looking to change sprockets on my 06 Brutale 910S - figure 18k miles and its due!

Stock is 525 pitch, 14/43 correct?

I think Id like to switch to 520 pitch, 14/41 or 43. Recommendations for a US vendor that can ship right away? Thanks
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Have you tried the site sponsors
https://www.motovationusa.com/mvstor...idCategory=121
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http://www.motowheels.com/italian/my...%7CMV%20Agusta
They are there for a reason mate, try them.

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Never try the dealers

You might try everybody, except the dealers. There is one, just a bit to your north in San Francisco, and several to your south, in the LA area and San Diego.

Then one day when you need a part that is peculiar to your MV Agusta, you will not need to "go around the dealer", because he will no longer be there. Or as you say .......correct?
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You might try everybody, except the dealers. There is one, just a bit to your north in San Francisco, and several to your south, in the LA area and San Diego.

Then one day when you need a part that is peculiar to your MV Agusta, you will not need to "go around the dealer", because he will no longer be there. Or as you say .......correct?
You are right Dick, there is the option of the dealers too, I don't have that option though, and even when I did, site sponsors were soo much better equiped - priced and mannered !

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I used these guys. Everything shipped promptly. They had all in stock, even the quick change rear sprocket carrier. I went to 14/45 on my 750, but you may not want the lower gearing with the 910.

sprocketcenter.com
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You might try everybody, except the dealers. There is one, just a bit to your north in San Francisco, and several to your south, in the LA area and San Diego.

Then one day when you need a part that is peculiar to your MV Agusta, you will not need to "go around the dealer", because he will no longer be there. Or as you say .......correct?
provide proper service and parts on time to your customers or fucking go out of business


when i go to my local dealer......

they have;
literally one hand full of well nuts
1 #800081451 locking washer, there are 2 on a bike
they are SERVICE parts and PER manual MUST be replaced each time

so how are they going to do the job correctly?????? if they don't stock them

try and any buy nuts and bolts or the nylon washers that go on some of the bolts and Dzuses.......

or factory tools or a manual.....all special order

this is an industry wide problem;

the factories sign up under financed/unethical importers who turn around and hire dealers with the same ethics....

so they aren't required to stock anything......and your bike sits

sorry, fuel pump plate O-rings don't cost $17-19 ea, they are $0.30 ea from McMaster-Carr
yes, they come in packs of 25 for $7.48 plus $4.25 shipping.......give some to your friends

tear up a rear hub?......well, my local dealer knows now, that you can get the offending bearing from;
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...rear+hub+parts

for $34+ shipping

will he pass the savings on to you?......
you go find out.....

i have spare hubs, axles and swingarms......just sent an axle to Donsy last week for his race bike
i buy hub bearings 5 at a time, people are welcome to stop by and use my garage...... but you're buying lunch and drinks

in New Zealand the rear hub is marked up 425%......to $2040

i bought a bunch of nuts, bolts and stuff from CAG, they're all replated and sorted in fishing tackle boxes.....so i don't have to make 2, 100 mile round trips for a bolt......

need a fuel filter? get a Wix #30012 ~$4 with tax, at the auto parts store

how about the best oil filter available for ~$6
use search for Frenaugo's ~20 page study of oil filters

tired of dealing with Clic-R clamps?
get the right tool......
http://www.google.com/products?clien...ed=0CBoQrQQwAg

and again what do i need my local dealer for?????

his parts manager calls me, asking where things come from!!!!

1 of the 6 cheezy MV hats he had in stock?
NO MV
jackets
leathers
helmets
gloves
or even a single T-SHIRT!!!!!

but they gave me a Ducati t-shirt for shopping there


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