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Old 06-05-2007, 09:51 AM   #1
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are GSXR front sprockets pretty much interchangeable?

well the front sprocket is a stock 04. the rear is a stock 00 sprocket. now i know the rear are not interchangeable (5 stud vs 6 stud). But is the front? Say i went with a 525 chain/sprocket set. Could i get a set for a 00 so that the rear is correct and still have the front work correctly?
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If both can be bolted up it should.
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If both can be bolted up it should.

haha what in the world does that mean.?:laughing6 :laughing6

Im just wondering is the shaft is the same diameter and shape and the same number of teeth/grooves on the shaft.
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The '00 - '05 600 and 750 525 front sprockets are the same except for number of teeth.
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Thanks patrick.
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