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|04-10-2011, 10:15 AM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Houston, Tx S.W.A.T.
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2008 Ninja 650r (sold)
2001 F4i (sold)
Chain/Sprocket Question for a CBR600RR 2005
It's time to change the sprockets.. and I thought I should also change the chain too while I'm at it. What kind of sprockets should I use in conjunction with the chain (teeth/link) wise? Any links to where I can just buy a set instead of buying them piece by piece?
Thanks in advanced!
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|04-10-2011, 10:20 AM||#2|
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Unless you are racing, I would buy stainless steel chain and sprockets. They are cheaper and will last a long time.
I would buy a 520 - 120 link with a -1 on front or a plus 3 in the back. Call Allan at Whoopies cycles, he can hook you up for cheap.
|04-10-2011, 10:28 AM||#3|
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Sprockets are not stainless, but I would recommend staying with steel.
-1 on the front is a common change for the 600 and will give you a bit more acceleration at the cost of a slightly higher cruising rpm.
Your stock chain is a 525 so there"s no real gain going to a 520 except it will wear faster.because of the smaller rollers and plates. Stay 525 imo.
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