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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-30-2016, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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F3 675 upgrade drivetrain from 530 to 520.

Hi Guys,

I just finish upgrading the drivetrain on my F3 675 with a 520 kit. I got all the pars from Bellissimoto with the new EZ 3D chain.

The only difficult part was the front sprocket nut, that came glue from factory, I used a heat gun to heat it at 130 centigrade and after that came out without any difficulties... oh one more thing I screw the rivet on the link plate I order a new one to try again.

I like to clean everything meticulous before and after so It took me 3 hours to complete the removal and installation.

- Superlite RS8-R Rear sprocket 43
- Superlite front sprocket 15
- Gold EZ GP 3D 520 chain.

The total weight saving is 1 Kg ( 2.22 lbs)

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-30-2016, 02:19 PM
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There seem to be a lot of slack on the chain, did you cut it to the right length ?

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just ordered these sprockets and an erv3 gold chain.
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just ordered these sprockets and an erv3 gold chain.

I got the same setup, went 1 tooth down on the front and 1 up on the rear to a 44.

Has a lot more grunt now.
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gonna run the -1+0 and see how it is at the main track I run which should be spot on since it will reach 155 in two spots
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