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post #1 of 16 Old 04-30-11, 14:48 Thread Starter
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Need some help (Sprocket and chain question)

I want to order a new rear sprocket and chain, but I have some questions.

I want this sprocket:
http://www.motoworldonline.com/Super...08_p_3632.html

And this chain:
http://www.motoworldonline.com/EK-MV...s_p_2281.html#

But what Pitch and what length chain do I need?

Thanks.

Oh yeah, its for a street (don't thing it makes a difference between the daytona or street)

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post #2 of 16 Old 04-30-11, 14:55
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Finally a use for my thread!

[ame="http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=52437"]675 Torque Specs and General Specs - Triumph675.Net Forums[/ame]

Stock chain is 106 links.


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Great thread, but I dont see the info I need :P

106 links, ok, and the pitch?

Edit:
You sure about the 106? I can only order 120/130 or 140?
(damn I'm a noob about this)

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106 for sure. The pitch is the (5) in 525 or 520 and the (25 or 20) is the width of the chain/sprocket teeth. I learned this recently. I'm not surprised they put so many links in the chains, they want to make them long enough so that you can put a huge sprocket on the rear if you want. Plus you'll have some extra links if you need them someday. Plus, some bikes have longer swingarms than others so making them 140 links makes certain they only have to put together one length for the masses.


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I believe I've read that the 106 is wrong... was something like 116 or 117.


(information that I listed above is probably wrong) lol


edit: http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=9830&highlight=chain+length

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my 520 kit (15/46) runs 116 links. Also the rear axle is set all the way to the front.

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Stock chain is 116 links. 520 or 525, doesnt matter.
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Nice, what's up with the English to English translation there Triumph?


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What is the stock chain pitch? 520 or 525?

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525 stock

Current: '06 Daytona 675 ('08 BEARS winning bike - Chris Panayi) White with Pitty's Custom Vinyls TTC decals STM Slipper Clutch Braking wave rotors with folding/adjustable levers GB engine covers Valter Moto Rearsets Race kit detent wheel & idle adjuster 1050 throttle tube Captive Wheel Spacers MotoGems bling Vortex clip-ons, Stomp grip 520 conversion Puig screen Madaz slip-on Intake flapper & Ex-up removed Swing-arm pivot mod. Thinner head gasket Custom tune
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