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F3 sprocket

I was wonder what the stock rear sprocket is. What the number of teeth it has and what the stock pitch is. I'm looking to get a new rear sprocket.

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It varies from yearly model to model. What is yours?

2012 - ? sprockets:
F3 675: 16/43
F3 800: 17/41

2018-2019 sprockets (probably 2017 as well, I am not sure):
F3 675: 17/39
F3 800: 17/43


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https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/21-cu...-opinions.html

I am thinking about dropping one tooth in the front of my 2018 F3 800, ending up with 16/43.

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It varies from yearly model to model. What is yours?

2012 - ? sprockets:
F3 675: 16/43
F3 800: 17/41

2018-2019 sprockets (probably 2017 as well, I am not sure):
F3 675: 17/39
F3 800: 17/43


See thread below
https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/21-cu...-opinions.html

I am thinking about dropping one tooth in the front of my 2018 F3 800, ending up with 16/43.
I have a 2017 F3 800. I can always count the teeth. Do you know what the stock pitch is?
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I have a 2017 F3 800. I can always count the teeth. Do you know what the stock pitch is?
Isn't this information listed in the specifications sheet found in your owner manual?

If not, you can certainly find the information in the service manuals or the parts list.

I took a minute to look myself....rear sprocket 41 teeth. Chain pitch 525

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I didn't see anything in the manual. But thank you, appreciate it.
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stock is 525 at least on the older bikes up to 2015, hopefully things have been resolved since I was looking last year. only found one seller with rear 520 pitch sprockets.

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you should be able to find what is needed here: https://sprocketcenter.com/street-sp...mv-agusta.html

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