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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-08-2019, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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Where to buy Sprockets and Chain?

Hello everyone. I am looking for a good quality sprockets and chain for my Brutale 750 05. The local dealer does not have any in stock and it can take month until they get them again.
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I use Alex at GPRacing here in the states. In your area I would try startwintrading.

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Got mine off Ebay from a mob in the U.K. Good price, quick post. DID ZVM-X 'o-ring' chain & AFAM sprockets (std). If I can track them down I'll post it later.

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Search on eBay "MV Agusta chain and sprocket kit " then edit search to "lowest cost + shipping "

I think Deano and I found the same guys......
DID chain, AFAM front and rear sprockets and a riveting tool
~$142 delivered and it took under a week
killer price......my dealer price is higher just for the chain alone


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Yeah I saw that seller on ebay too. The price is great and if you recommend I will go for that one. I am always a bit cautious on ebay when the price is good. Thank you for the help.
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Here's what I bought out of England......at dealer cost I can't touch it
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The 750 Brutale and F4 have the different sprocket with the carrier as part of the rear sprocket (cush rubbers fits inside), they are special to those bikes unless you have a carrier upgrade, then you can fit sprockets like Noels above and save your self a load of cash. Startwin have the standard 750 rear sprockets, they are 100 each, then need a chain and front sprok. Been round this roundabout.
Below is the standard 750 sprocket, double check that someone has not already done an upgrade.
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