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post #11 of 16 Old 07-05-12, 00:29
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post #12 of 16 Old 07-05-12, 08:30
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Does the 116 count the master link? Just wanna make sure before I go cuttin a chain to short

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So I need a little help to.. I'm planning on buying the supersprox stealth rear sprocket?. The only thing the site says about size is that it's 47teeth.. How much bigger is this compared to stock?? And what size chain would be best?? Any input is nice.. Thanks
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If you change sprockets , can you just re-use the stock chain? and how many teeth do the stock sprockets have?
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If you change sprockets , can you just re-use the stock chain? and how many teeth do the stock sprockets have?
Stock is 16F / 47R with 525 chain. If you go up in the rear (to 48 or 49) you will have to buy a new chain. If you go down in the front, you will only have to remove a link. It is not highly recommended to go down more than one in the front.

The best setup seems to be (depending on your use): 15f / 47-49R With a 520 upgrade kit. I say that not actually knowing how and where you ride, so it's a bit of a moot point.

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Sweet cheers for the reply mate, I'm in Adelaide Australia, I mainly ride through the twisties here but plan on doing as many track days as I can afford ! First one coming up in a couple of weeks.
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