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Sprocketing a 929...

I have been talkin with my friend who works at a dealer, and I ordered some sprockets (15 front and 45 rear) the way the page was set up, we thought the rear was for the 929, come to find out it was not, only fit a 919. He couldn't find any places that sell a rear sprocket to fit a 530 chain, I figured if I was gonna change out the sprockets, I should do the chain to. He can only find conversions, we'd have to convert my bike to fit the sprockets they sell....anyone else have this issue? The new sprockets are on order and should be in within the week. Just kind of a hassle I guess I hate to tweak my bike like this in a way, because after converting it, stock sprockets will no longer be able to fit on my bike.

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Re: Sprocketing a 929...

ive got that same setup and had to get new chain because most after market sprockets are slimer i run a 520 chain and the stock sprockets just barely dont fit you could probably shave them a hair and they would fit but that set up is very nice you wont want to put stock sprockets back on. thats weird that a 919 sprocket wont fit though wouldnt think there was a difference since its the same bike basically

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Re: Sprocketing a 929...

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ive got that same setup and had to get new chain because most after market sprockets are slimer i run a 520 chain and the stock sprockets just barely dont fit you could probably shave them a hair and they would fit but that set up is very nice you wont want to put stock sprockets back on. thats weird that a 919 sprocket wont fit though wouldnt think there was a difference since its the same bike basically

I just got a 15 / 45 from sprocket specialists and the combo rocks and they rock for shipping and quality. I went to a 520 also too... DID chain.
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I just got a 15 / 45 from sprocket specialists and the combo rocks and they rock for shipping and quality. I went to a 520 also too... DID chain.

yeah it does but some times it can be to torquey in the twisties.
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Re: Sprocketing a 929...

It just bites that we got the new DID chain and all but then came to find out the sprockets can't be used and I have to convert it. So neither of you had any trouble finding a sprocket that will fit the rim and use a 520 chain?? Weird.....
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Re: Sprocketing a 929...

I am not sure why you are having trouble finding a rear sprocket. I have a Vortex sprocket set (16/46) and a 520 RK X ring chain. You can get the kit from these guys
http://www.ftmbiz.com/index.html

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