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I'm trying to confirm which 750's had the offset front sprockets - Any experience would be much appreciated.
Has anybody seen 750's without the offset front sprocket ?

One of our new members are trying to convert to 520 pitch chain, and later model quick change carrier as found on the F4 1000's and Brutale 910 and 1078.The 525 or 520 is not an issue though, he can go either way although I think a 520 will be fine for a loooong time on the 750.
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I'm trying to help him buy the right stuff but maybe also create a useful thread for future use, so show us picture of what you have or had please.

Not so keen on other model carriers, more specifically the carriers which can use MV style sprockets.

Thanks in advance.
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Dons the quick change sprocket carriers fit just fine on any 750, 910, 1000, 1078.
For the 750 he just needs the larger OD spacer (76mm I believe) between the carrier and the hub bearing inner race.
On the front sprocket there are just two versions.
The stepped and the flat one.
Either way, he takes a look of his current sprocket or orders both for peace of mind.
They don't cost a fortune.
I would need to take a look at my stuff once home.
But I believe I have this one in my F4S 2002.
That will be in about 14 days.
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Somewhere around 2002 is when things changed for the front sprocket offset.
Be aware that the early non-quick change uses a different "mv hub " 800078219 OEM Spare parts for MV Agusta motorcycles part 27. on the 750,
later so 910, 1000 etc are 8000A3243 SPROCKET MOUNTING .
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Somewhere around 2002 is when things changed for the front sprocket offset.
Be aware that the early non-quick change uses a different "mv hub " 800078219 OEM Spare parts for MV Agusta motorcycles part 27. on the 750,
later so 910, 1000 etc are 8000A3243 SPROCKET MOUNTING .
Thanks @rsawkins, I figured there must have been a change by the time they got to the Evo3 with that front sprocket.

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Somewhere around 2002 is when things changed for the front sprocket offset.
Be aware that the early non-quick change uses a different "mv hub " 800078219 OEM Spare parts for MV Agusta motorcycles part 27. on the 750,
later so 910, 1000 etc are 8000A3243 SPROCKET MOUNTING .
What I wrote, the Original Hub is the same on all bikes up to 2009.
Okay the Oro's had a Mg Hub.
The 2010+ Hub is the new and only Hub You can get from MV Agusta SpA today and will fit the bikes from 1997 till now.
The difference is the Spacer Pos. 27.
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And Yeah, my Brutale S has the stepped front sprocket.
And it says it is the sprocket for 2003 to 2005
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Guys, and specially Donsy, I appreciate a lot your inputs about this subject.

I've not bought yet the rear sprocket set incl carrier as the initial deal was misunderstood and the price showed was only for a rear sprocket, but the pic showed all the set :-) german language things.

Now I have another business also with a set from the 1000s, it comes with the carrier, front plate and both sprockets, all used. This will allow me to try the asm before I buy the new transmission set.

Misses the silent blocks and the bolts/nuts for the sprocket. My main concern are the silent blocks as Donsy referred that 750 and 1000 are diferent in size, if so I can't use mines.

If so I have to find both silent blocks and bolts/nuts on ebay. Other concern raised here is the spacer mentioned by Haupti, need to check this detail.

Any tips how to check chain set alignement when mounted? Saw some laser devices for sale, but are they efective?

Regards everyone,

Nelson


ps- Donsy, those parts in your pics looks like gold and diamonds :-) top
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You will see a misalignment right away.
Because the chain will not lay in the upper guide and / or is colliding with something if you have the wrong front sprocket.
I believe I have a spare spacer if You decide on changing.
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And yes, the cush drive rubber are not the same between the early and later carrier. Forum sponsors sell them too. https://www.e-securedsite.com/gutsyp...Agusta%20Store

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