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Stock sprocket specs for 1988 kx80 big wheel

Trying to find out what the stock sprocket size is as far as how many teeth

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SOURCE: WHAT SIZE PITCH,CHAIN/SPROCKET FOR GSX750F AND CAN

Chain size should be a 530 link. Going smaller on the rear gives more speed, but less power!!! Going bigger on the front gives more speed also.
Keep in mind that one tooth bigger on the front sprocket is equal to 3.5 teeth smaller on the rear.

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SOURCE: 1979 GS 750 WHAT IS STOCK SPROCKET AND CHAIN SIZES

The stock rear sprocket is 41 tooth. The stock front sprocket is 15 tooth. The stock chain is 630 x 96. You can get OEM parts at www.babbittsonline.com/parts/viewbybrand/parts.aspx

Rear sprocket is $52.91. front sprocket is $21.74 and chain is $201.07
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SOURCE: 1997 how many teeth did the stock front and rear

Best way to find out is go to bike bandit.com or cheapcycleparts.com and look up your bike and all these answers are in OE parts

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Some sprockets have the size stamped on it but if not mark the sprocket with a magic marker, rotate the wheel and count the teeth.

Apr 06, 2014 | 2013 Suzuki GSX-R 750

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What size is the rear sprocket (stock)and how many teeth? also the chain size? for a suzuki katana 1991 gsx600f


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Nov 26, 2013 | 1991 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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I have a 05 honda cbr 600rr, im looking at changing the chain and sproket. what size and lenth and all that stuff do i need to get


1st. - NEVER change sprockets without changing the chain..and vice-versa!! - they need to be replaces as a set...they wear our almost equally.. ie - a worn out chain will wear out new sprockets... A new chain will get stretched out by worn sprockets real quick!
Its east to tell what you have...
  • OEM sprocket size: 16/43 - 2.68 ratio.
1. Count the teeth on your front sprocket.
2. Count the teeth on your rear sprocket.
Compare yours with stock(OEM)..
Now, if your sprockets match the stock sizes - count the number of links in your chain...(count the inner links).
If the sprockets are different sizes you adjust the chain by that number using inner links. - Usually people go smaller on the front or a larger rear.. this increases the ratio to give a quicker take-off - (more acceleration).
15/43 = 2.86
15/44 = 2.93
15/45 = 3.00
15/46 = 3.06
..when you get a new chain... better to get one a couple links too long than one link too short!!
Your local dealer will be more than helpful!!

Jul 28, 2012 | 2005 Honda CBR 600 RR

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Trying to figure out out how and what will be changed by going from a 15T to a 14T on the front sproket while keeping the original size on the rear. It's on a 2006 Katana GSX 600F


Hello, you will have quicker take off (bottom end) and lose top end speed, you will have the same effect if you increase the teeth on the back sprocket, if you want more top end speed do the opposite. You are changing your front sprocket from 15 teeth to 14 teeth which is going to turn the sprocket on the front quicker causing the rear wheel to go quicker, but because your engine is going to get to its maximum output quicker meaning you will lose a little on your top speed. Keep in mind if it is only your front sprocket being replaced (reduced in T) you may need to shorten your chain, it is recommended you replace front and rear sprockets along with your chain for maximum life on all 3 parts.

Mar 06, 2011 | Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana Motorcycles

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Can you change tranny gears to decrease rpm's on highway? Or maybe change sprockets.


You can add teeth to the front sprocket or take teeth off of the rear sprocket. In the case of your bike , I do not think there is a 17 tooth front available so your best option would be to shorten your chain and drop from the 44 tooth rear sprocket to 40 tooth or a 36 tooth rear sprocket. That would be like adding one or two teeth to the front sprocket. Your stock is 16/44 so decrease from there. Be sure to ID your chain, get a chain breaker, and a new master link.

Feb 06, 2011 | 2004 Honda VT 600 C Shadow

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Is the 1988 suzuki as power full as the new rm 125 the rm 1988 has fmf pipe new procircuit shocks back and front new topend rebuilt carberater and new sprocket 13 teeth and new air filter barings back and...


That is a hard question to answer. A stock 1988 will not beat a 2010. If you have motor work done and suspension set up right it might run with a new one. The technology is far superior in the new bikes. A stock new motor is far more powerful than an old bike. The suspension is where you will get alot of your speed also. The new stock suspensions are darn near race ready with minimal tweeking.

Jul 31, 2010 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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The speed shown on the speedometer is not accurate on my Yamaha XT125R - -When travelling at 30MPH -The speedo shows 38MPH -When travelling at 40MPH -The speedo shows 52MPH -When travelling at 50MPH - The...


If the speedo gear is in the front wheel a different wheel would have different gear and mess up the speedo but I'm thinking the gear wouldn't mesh with the old speedo cable teeth.Check a shop manual for stock number of teeth on rear sprocket and tranny sprocket,that will tell the story.While your at it check the stock wheel size compared with what you got.Of course it could be bad speedo.There's springs in there that run needle, so?Maybe borrow one and try it out.Good luck.

Mar 25, 2010 | 2006 Yamaha XT 125 R

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I'm replacing the pulley and rear wheel on my 2003 American Ironhorse Tejas. I'm trying to confirm the pulley is a 70 tooth and rear wheel is 18x10.5.


If you've got a wheel, simply count the teeth on the rear pulley. A 70 tooth rear pulley is stock on a Harley. As for your wheel, it should be stamped on the rim what size if is. If you don't have anything to look at, see if you can find the specs on the bike on the Internet somewhere. Try this site.
http://www.motorcycle.com/specs/american-ironhorse/cruiser/2007/tejas-reg/base/detail.html

Sep 29, 2009 | 2003 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage...

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My chain will tighten up and slacken with one rotation of the wheel


chains & sprockets are subject to extreme forces & adverse conditions.adjust chain to recommended specs at the 'tight spot',with riders weight on saddle.excessively worn chain is denoted by being able to pull chain away from rear sprocket teeth enough to expose 1/2 a tooth.worn sprockets will have 'pointy'teeth.if wheel sprocket is worn,don't ignore drive sprocket.use a quality lube designed for exposed chains.

Sep 26, 2009 | 1993 Suzuki RF 600 R

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My aprilia sr125 is really quick off the mark but the topspeed is less than 50mph and i know thats not right but i havnt a clue why its lacking speed, any ideas?


You didn't say that the bike was not reaching full revs. Therefor The only thing that limits top end is the gearing. Call the dealer and find out how many teeth are on the stock front sprocket and the stock rear sprocket. Chances are that you have maybe 1 tooth less on the front sprocket and 4+ teeth more than stock on the rear sprocket. The smaller the front sprocket and the larger the rear sprocket, the lower the top speed will be.

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Mar 31, 2009 | 2000 Aprilia RS 125

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