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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-31-2017, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Are there alternate sprockets?

I'm looking to change my chain and sprockets, too much clicking and slapping, but MV options are hard to get locally at decent prices. Does anyone know if the MY10+ sprockets are compatible with any other, more common, brand bikes and models?

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Well, I'd start by looking in the Marketplace right here on the Forum, all the sponsors sell alternatives.

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For sure Dons, it's the shipping and exchange costs for them that is making me look for alternatives. Most of the Canadian sites that carry sprockets don't cover MVs. Since rotors just have a basic bolt pattern, I figured there must be a matches out there that are more accessible.
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From my understanding you can also use the same sprocket/carrier from a gen1 bike on the gen2 bikes (MY10+)

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Thumbs up chain and sprockets.

Go to MV Agusta chain and sprockets on eBay.....
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guy in England sells front and rear sprockets and DID XV2 chain for $121+ and $18 shipping also has kits with the rivet tool


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I saw those, Noel, thanks. Great products and prices...very likely my best option at this time.

We hust seem to have a fair number of electrical components and such that have identical twins for half the price from non-MV past sources (like the starter solenoid) that sprockets might be one of them. The idea of walking to nearest Yami dealer to grab a chain and sprockets for <$175 versus >$280 online with shipping time has it's appeal, were there an option for it.
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How many miles have you done on those sprockets and the chain @Reckler ?

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Always ensure, when using pattern parts, that the front sprocket is a precise fit on the splines of the gearbox output shaft. Any radial play whatsoever can wind up damaging the shaft/splines which is very expensive to remedy. You'll probably not notice something is up until it's too late.

Most manufacturers will be OK but buying cheap sets off of the likes of eBay I guess that the likelihood to receiving inferior parts is significantly increased.

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Pretty much what I was thinking Chas, to pay maybe $200.00+ every 10-15000km is not very much even for a bloke with very little cashflow like myself.

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Pretty much what I was thinking Chas, to pay maybe $200.00+ every 10-15000km is not very much even for a bloke with very little cashflow like myself.
Agreed Dons. I would tend towards an OEM front sprocket (around €50, owch), decent pattern rear sprocket along with a good quality X ring chain.

Either that or fit a chain oiler and get to 30 - 40,000 miles before you have to think about changing. However, I know that idea will go down like a cup of cold vomit with the majority on here

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