Looking for a Brutale / F4 750 rear sprocket part number 8B0084926 - MVAgusta.net
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Looking for a Brutale / F4 750 rear sprocket part number 8B0084926

I have a buddy here in NZ looking for a new rear sprocket, 520 pitch & 41 teeth. It is number 28 in the attached picture.
He has a chain and front sprocket.
Can you get back to me if you have one with the price excluding shipping to New Zealand.

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Hmmmm.... I have the gearing that came with my SPR..... Will have to look and see what I am running now and have in the spares bin.

I have a later model carrier to upgrade to when I get a new chain and sprocket set, so maybe I can help. I'll get back to you.

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Thanks very much Ed.

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I looked and my spares are 37 and 38 teeth.

I am currently running the 39T on Lola. The 38 was standard on the SPR.

Sorry Dave, can't help unless he wants to gear it really tall (or swap to a smaller front at the same time).

Interestingly, at my last track day I found I was into 6th gear early on one of the straights and probably could have dropped back to the 38..... fast track !!!
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Hi Dave, I have two in my spares kit.

I'll send some pictures as soon as I'm back from Melbourne.

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Get smart and buy a 2nd version cush drive......then buy what ever sprockets you want out of England on eBay
search "MV Agusta chain and sprocket kit "
I got a pair of AFAM sprockets and a DID chain for $142 including shipping

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Get smart and buy a 2nd version cush drive......then buy what ever sprockets you want out of England on eBay
search "MV Agusta chain and sprocket kit "
I got a pair of AFAM sprockets and a DID chain for $142 including shipping
Fair comment but this fellow is on a budget and only requires the rear sprocket. Prior to posting this enquiry we did discuss a conversion to the quick change sprocket system but funds won't allow it at the moment.

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Fair comment but this fellow is on a budget and only requires the rear sprocket. Prior to posting this enquiry we did discuss a conversion to the quick change sprocket system but funds won't allow it at the moment.
Old chains don't play well on new sprockets, same with new chains on old sprockets.......

Maybe he should get a better paying job

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Dave...reach out to Carl. I am pretty sure he has a quick change set-up or 2 in his remaining parts inventory. Bet he would make you a great deal.

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Old chains don't play well on new sprockets, same with new chains on old sprockets.......

Maybe he should get a better paying job
Noel, darling.......read the first post. He has a front sprocket & chain.
He's an old army guy very near retirement. Any suggestions for a career change?

Ed, Tim has sent a picture of his rear sprocket and it looks like a good one. Thanks for your suggestion.

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