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post #1 of 9 Old 11-02-2012, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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Stock sprocket sizes?

Whats the stock tooth count? My bike acts like its a stunt bike when it comes to pulling the front wheel up, throttle only in 3rd gear. Bike was bought used.

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post #2 of 9 Old 11-02-2012, 11:54 AM
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Whats the stock tooth count? My bike acts like its a stunt bike when it comes to pulling the front wheel up, throttle only in 3rd gear. Bike was bought used.
Is the search button broke?? Spose ill be nice tho... Its 16f 42r if you are talking about the 06 in your sig. 04-05 have a 16f 41r setup
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Thanks for not being a complete douche. You make a valid point with the whole search function. I should use it more often.

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Since you started the thread, I am curious what the sprocket size is on your bike now?
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The rear count is 54. The front appears to be stock. I am looking for Vortex sprockets right now. Might as well throw a D.I.D. chain on it.

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Jesus I'm surprised it doesn't jump up in 4th. You couldn't see/feel it when you test rode the bike??


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The rear count is 54. The front appears to be stock. I am looking for Vortex sprockets right now. Might as well throw a D.I.D. chain on it.
grab this and be done with it. dont buy a vortex sprocket for a liter bike.



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Jesus I'm surprised it doesn't jump up in 4th. You couldn't see/feel it when you test rode the bike??


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Yeah, I knew it was a bit off, but my last bike was a 2004 R6 stunt bike so it didn't feel near as bad and my +20 sprocket that was on that.


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grab this and be done with it. dont buy a vortex sprocket for a liter bike.



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A 520 conversion? I don't know about that. Wouldn't that make the chain wear quicker?

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15/43 I found works well
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