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Sprocket combo for fast track???

Track Rider input please, what is your experienced with best sprocket size combo on your MV for fast track?


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do you mean fast as in high top speed ?

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15/41
any specific brands/materials? im looking on upgrading but keeping my 525 setup.
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any specific brands/materials? im looking on upgrading but keeping my 525 setup.
Upgrading to what Carlos ? What sprockets do yo have on your bike now ? If your going to keep your 525 set-up then then see if you can't get a 41 tooth from CAG.

After saying to Phil to go to a 41 rear sprocket, I had a few PM's coming in saying that I should have told him to go to a 39 if he wanted more top speed.
Now that' makes sence, but only if the bike had enough power to pull it to that top speed, which I doubt, and if the straight was a few miles long and downhill.

I found that my R could pull to the rev-limiter in 6th on the road with the standard 15/40 gearing, but it takes forever and no track is that long in general.
So I have used the 15/41 a few times and that helps to to get to the top a bit quicker, although I think a 15/42 is best in most cases while using the stock gearbox.

I use a steel front sprocket and Ally rear sprocket from Talon via Design Corse.

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I already try 42t for the rear too tall for the top chain guard, plus extra two chain link and a master, any way thank you for your input I ran 15/40 for now, I will take it out on Big Willow on July 6th


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I already try 42t for the rear too tall for the top chain guard, plus extra two chain link and a master, any way thank you for your input I ran 15/40 for now, I will take it out on Big Willow on July 6th
Phil, if you chain is hitting the top chain guard then your chain was too long, I run a 43 without any problems.

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Dons my bike came with a 39 stock. so i was thinking to upgrade to a 41 but just didnt know what material was best. and also like phil asked a better combo for track. i dont wanna be that slow at bubba 4
Ally for the back at a 41t, so question for phil and dons or anyone. what chain should i go with. im curretly looking at a D.I.D. 525zvm-x any other ones?
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Phil;
all early Brutales run a 43 rear......they space the upper guard up 8mm and use a 21mm bolt

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