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2010 Fireblade Sprockets

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I have just fitted new sprockets to my 2010 Fireblade, does anyone know what the torque in Newton Metres for the front sprocket nut and the rear sprocket nuts should be please. I don’t have a manual; I could do with the ‘pdf’ if anyone can share, ‘pretty please’. Also do any of you know how the bike will now perform due to extending the rear wheel by 5mm, as a result of 15T front and 42T rear? The last bike I dropped a tooth from the front was a Kawasaki ZX636R, it increased the acceleration, but it run out of poof easily, I did not really notice any chassis changes though!
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Re: 2010 Fireblade Sprockets

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Hi all
I have just fitted new sprockets to my 2010 Fireblade, does anyone know what the torque in Newton Metres for the front sprocket nut and the rear sprocket nuts should be please. I don’t have a manual; I could do with the ‘pdf’ if anyone can share, ‘pretty please’. Also do any of you know how the bike will now perform due to extending the rear wheel by 5mm, as a result of 15T front and 42T rear? The last bike I dropped a tooth from the front was a Kawasaki ZX636R, it increased the acceleration, but it run out of poof easily, I did not really notice any chassis changes though!
Thanks in advance.
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No difference at all. You get more than 5mm just from chain adjustment.

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Re: 2010 Fireblade Sprockets

Hi Bladeracer

By dropping a front tooth, it has moved the rear wheel back 5mm due to chain tension.

Any torque figures?

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By dropping a front tooth, it has moved the rear wheel back 5mm due to chain tension.

Any torque figures?

......... Hoody
Yes, and as the chain wears it'll move back another 15-20mm - all with no noticeable difference to the handling.
Torque figures?
Changing the gearing does not change the power or torque of the engine.

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Re: 2010 Fireblade Sprockets

He he, I was after the torque figures for the front bolt that holds the sprocket on and the rear nuts that hold the rear sprocket on.

As for the bikes torque figures, I know exactly what they are........ scarey


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He he, I was after the torque figures for the front bolt that holds the sprocket on and the rear nuts that hold the rear sprocket on.

As for the bikes torque figures, I know exactly what they are........ scarey


.......... Hoody

Oops :-)
Front is 54Nm, rear are 64Nm.

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Re: 2010 Fireblade Sprockets

Thank you kind sir

Just need to find a workshop manual now

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He he, I was after the torque figures for the front bolt that holds the sprocket on and the rear nuts that hold the rear sprocket on.

As for the bikes torque figures, I know exactly what they are........ scarey


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