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Number of teeth on 2002 xr250r front sprocket

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SOURCE: how many teeth on the standard front and rear ccm 604e 2001

there is no real standard sizing, just keep in mind Smaller sprockets = higher top end speed but lower acceleration and Larger sprocket = low top speed but high acceleration so the size you want is totally dependant on what you require from the bike. eg. if you ride enduro then you probably want something in medium size range so to get decent acceleration but with a good top speed.

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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: 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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SOURCE: what size chain do i need

It has nothing to do with the number of teeth on either end, but the torque output of the engine. Take your old chain into your local bike shop and ask them for a complete set. This will make the chain last longer than if you just change the chain. Old teeth will damage the new chain.

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2. Count the teeth on your rear sprocket.
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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.
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