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post #141 of 255 Old 09-28-12, 13:52
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Can I get a quote for 520 Converison with DID ERV3 chain. Stock gearing. Set to 89115. thanks

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I don't want to speak for TJ, but in an effort to lighten his load:

You'll find that gearing is entirely based on what kind of riding you do, or what tracks you are riding. The stock gear is actually pretty good.

But a lot of people roll with -1/0. I've seen a fair number do what you are talking about as well, with -1/+2/


I went with -1/+1 and noticed a good bit off increased take off. I havnt corrected the offset yet for the speedo, but from riding next to CLOUD22116, seems like I am about reading about 3-5 MPH higer than I am actually going.

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You will definitely notice the increase with that. 5 mph is probably close.
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post #145 of 255 Old 12-23-12, 04:10
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Do you stock oem sizing tooth same for these renthal sprockets, looking for
Front 16T + Back 47T.
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We stock 15 and 16 front as well as 47, 48, and 49 rears. (All in 520 pitch)
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No matter the make, we’ve run Renthal sprockets and D.I.D. chains on the vast majority of our bikes. With that much experience under our belts, we are very comfortable recommending this set up to you. For more information, or to place an order, you can give TJ at 866.931.6644 ext. 817 and he'll be happy to assist you.

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post #148 of 255 Old 03-12-13, 02:25
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TJ,

what wheel is that in the above pciture?
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TJ,

what wheel is that in the above pciture?
Looks like their Marchesini Magnesium wheels from the project bike

http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...&postcount=939

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Price for the 520 converstion, stock gearing to 94124. Thanks
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