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Old Jul 16th 2017, 10:57 AM   #1
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Is this normal? Rear sprocket "wiggle"

Noticed this while cleaning the bike and the rear sprocket has a wiggle/play.. checked all the bolts around it and everything is tight
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Looks like you have fitted a QC sprocket carrier. It seems from your video that the cush drive rubbers are not seated correctly. If you re-torque the sprocket carrier nuts (you will need to hold the rear of the cush drive rubbers with an appropriate socket on the reverse side while you do this, you should find it draws the cover down onto the sprocket carrier. If not you will have to remove the sprocket/carrier assembly and check your cush drive rubbers and that they have not de-laminated. Also check the torque of the main sprocket/axle nut (230Nm is the figure posted)
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Old Jul 16th 2017, 12:25 PM   #3
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230nm checked.. still has a play? Not sure about the crush/rubber thing you talking about. Do you mind explaining step by step? Do I have to remove the sprocket?

Everything is super tight. Main question is.. is it safe the way it is? Or it's like super dangerous? I don't mind the wiggle if it's ok to ride like this

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Old Jul 16th 2017, 01:17 PM   #4
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Your cush drives are not tight.

12mm on the BACK of them, and a 14mm socket on the front and tighten them back up to 44Nm

You will prob have to take the sprocket back off to do this right.

NO its not safe.

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Old Jul 16th 2017, 01:20 PM   #5
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Same general idea.



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Old Jul 16th 2017, 03:34 PM   #6
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Thank you much!
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That does not sound accurate. First the Nola vid is a stock carrier. The one in question is not. The one in question looks like it is missing it's spacer that goes between the axle bearing and the carrier/flange. That carrier should not have more than 1mm of play even without the Cush drive pins installed. The pins provide torsional stability for rotation. The sprocket carrier and the flange have a 1mm fit differential seated on the spacer. The sequence is spacer, sprocket carrier, flange, washer, nut. Did you put the spacer in?
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Here is the fit between the spacer and the flange and the carrier. You can see that even with no cush drive pins installed, torqued to spec, that sprocket carrier should only very slightly be able to move which allows the cush drive system to work effectively. That carrier does not seem seated against that spacer
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Notice where I wrote "Same general idea"

Its a video of a fuking Multistrada, not even a Panigale. It was for an example of what cush drive is.

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Old Jul 16th 2017, 04:26 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by endodoc View Post
That does not sound accurate. First the Nola vid is a stock carrier. The one in question is not. The one in question looks like it is missing it's spacer that goes between the axle bearing and the carrier/flange. That carrier should not have more than 1mm of play even without the Cush drive pins installed. The pins provide torsional stability for rotation. The sprocket carrier and the flange have a 1mm fit differential seated on the spacer. The sequence is spacer, sprocket carrier, flange, washer, nut. Did you put the spacer in?
I'll have to take it apart and see whats going on.. I've never done it before and I have cleaned the sprocket in the past and never noticed the play.. which is weird.....
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