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Old Feb 10th 2013, 12:10 PM   #11
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Now that very well may be the difference. I remained with 525 pitch. Not sure what 520 change does on clearance issues.
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Old Feb 10th 2013, 12:14 PM   #12
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Maybe I missed this somewhere, but what is the stock chain length, and what do you need to go up to with the 41t sprocket? And thanks a lot Gunny, now you've got me convinced I NEED to switch to something prettier
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Old Feb 10th 2013, 12:18 PM   #13
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I didnt spend anything on any bolts bro. Thats what the website says. I never divulge what I pay for anything and never will. Id lose trust of those I deal with. Besides, I have not purchased anything at all yet.
That's great you got them for free, but for those of us that have to pay, we should make sure everyone knows there is an alternative. I posted Kyles, because the ones you linked to, cost over $250 for just the rear sprocket/carrier. Kyles $300 includes the front and the best chain avalible. I don't look for the cheapest prices, I look for the best equipment at the lowest price. A lot of options out there. I have used several sources, and most, as you have told me and others, will work with you. And as you know, our little forum does carry some weight...
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Originally Posted by Trauma View Post
That's great you got them for free, but for those of us that have to pay, we should make sure everyone knows there is an alternative. I posted Kyles, because the ones you linked to, cost over $250 for just the rear sprocket/carrier. Kyles $300 includes the front and the best chain avalible. I don't look for the cheapest prices, I look for the best equipment at the lowest price. A lot of options out there. I have used several sources, and most, as you have told me and others, will work with you. And as you know, our little forum does carry some weight...
I like to use either Dan Kyle or Jarel from Ducati Omaha who I think is a member here have always given me great service and price on chain and sprockets .
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Old Feb 10th 2013, 12:29 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Trauma View Post
That's great you got them for free, but for those of us that have to pay, we should make sure everyone knows there is an alternative. I posted Kyles, because the ones you linked to, cost over $250 for just the rear sprocket/carrier. Kyles $300 includes the front and the best chain avalible. I don't look for the cheapest prices, I look for the best equipment at the lowest price. A lot of options out there. I have used several sources, and most, as you have told me and others, will work with you. And as you know, our little forum does carry some weight...

Wait a minute. Went back a read my reply. Nowhere in there does it say I obtained anything free. Not sure what you're referring to trauma. Said I didnt spend anything on anything - are we talking about my entire rear sprocket assembly or those ti bolts I allude to at end of long novel?

I only purchase quality equipment and also just dont jump on lowest price. Hence all those links. Also, I have absolutely no idea who Kyle is or what site he's on? By all means give plugs out to whose treated you well with gear as I do with MW, bellissimoto, Shift Tech etc.

I DO NOT want anyone here thinking I get anything free at all and then push their products because of it. As stated every org has wiggle room and I say to all to do their homework and find stuff which works best for their bikes and wallet.
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Originally Posted by Gunny Fitz View Post
Wait a minute. Went back a read my reply. Nowhere in there does it say I obtained anything free. Not sure what you're referring to trauma. Said I didnt spend anything on anything - are we talking about my entire rear sprocket assembly or those ti bolts I allude to at end of long novel?

I only purchase quality equipment and also just dont jump on lowest price. Hence all those links. Also, I have absolutely no idea who Kyle is or what site he's on? By all means give plugs out to whose treated you well with gear as I do with MW, bellissimoto, Shift Tech etc.

I DO NOT want anyone here thinking I get anything free at all and then push their products because of it. As stated every org has wiggle room and I say to all to do their homework and find stuff which works best for their bikes and wallet.
I misunderstood, you said you hadn't bought anything yet, I guess I took that too general. I thought you said they give you incentives for mentioning their products here, again, sorry. Kyle is Kyle Racing - Roadracing Motorcycles
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Old Feb 10th 2013, 12:41 PM   #17
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Off their website.

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*** ●Purchaser who is willing to share reflection of purchased item on youtube, facebook*or any related forums, plus 5% off.*

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Old Feb 10th 2013, 12:45 PM   #18
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Off their website.

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*** ●Purchaser who is willing to share reflection of purchased item on youtube, facebook*or any related forums, plus 5% off.*

LetsGreen Motospecialties, PROTI Titaninm Bolts, PROTI Motorcycle Titaninm Cooler Protector, RCE Nano Lithium Ion battery for Race bikes, PROTI Motorcycle Titaninm alloy screw,
Got it, thanks.
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Old Feb 10th 2013, 01:04 PM   #19
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Gents. I know it is required because I was right there, helping with the entire assembly when the sprocket and carrier group were all mounted on my bike at dealership. Matter of fact so was another very prominent member of this forum who was actually the first to notice the sprocket touching the fwd part of the bend in the swingarm. The axle was all the way forward and there was not enough slack in the chain to complete the assembly. Thus REQUIRING a longer chain!

I say trust me when I say this because there was no other way around this issue unless I remounted the oem 39 tooth rear sprocket. Not offended if you dont believe me. But when you purchase your 40-41 tooth rear sprocket, and quickly realize you need the longer chain, you can come back here and say I told you so.

* perhaps the very educated witness who was there that day, and who owns both a sweet ass 1098s and 1199 AND happens to be a PT tech at this performance oriented shop will chime in regarding his observations which REQUIRED a chain with more links than the standard stock chain this bike came with?
Thanks. I never didn't believe you. Just wanted the explanation. I also have to apologize in that I thought is was only a one tooth difference from stock.
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Old Feb 10th 2013, 01:05 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by wilkson View Post
I have gone to a 41 rear and run two different length chains . I use the standard length which runs the sprocket close to the swingarm and also use a extra link as well when I want to lengthen the swingarm .
These are using 520 set ups .
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