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Does the OEM front/countershaft sprocket have any kind of "cushion" attached to the inner surface?  Suzuki had some type of material attached to help quell sprocket/chain noise on the SV650 I had.  I'm looking to go with a 17t to drop revs a bit?  Possibly 43t rear sprocket (I'm assuming 45t is stock).  Opinions?


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r1limited

NO Cusion or otherwise material other than the chain guide on the swingarm.

 

For gearing, what ever you are planning to do, figure out how to do it

 

http://sprocketcalculator.com/

 

FZ07 2015-2018
STOCK SIZES: Chain - 108 Links / 525 Pitch
Front Sprocket - 16 Tooth | Rear Sprocket - 43 Tooth
MT07 2015-2018
STOCK SIZES: Chain - 108 Links / 525 Pitch
Front Sprocket - 16 Tooth | Rear Sprocket - 43 Tooth

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scotto

Thanks r1limited.


Please Mister Fantasy play us a tune, something to make us all happy.    Stevie Winwood / Traffic, 1967

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user1

these folks have a clear and concise explanation of gearing with not a lot (or none) o-pin-yon. the quy talks too fast so folks like me take in one tooth at a time.....  

 

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