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Vortex Stunt Rear Sprocket 60 Tooth

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Vortex Stunt Rear Sprocket 60 Tooth - Main

Product Description

  • Vortex stunt sprockets are designed to withstand the most demanding abuse you can throw at them.
  • Made of 7075 aircraft grade aluminum.
  • All rear sprockets are precision machined.
  • Allow you to wheelie your bike at any RPM.
  • Aluminum 60 tooth.
  • Available for most sportbike applications.
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Ease of Installation
Location: Reno, NV
Great sprocket

just put it on my 07 zx6r with stock 16t front sprocket. the 120 link chain was too short. needed about 123 links

Ease of Installation
Location: madtown Wi.
Stunt sprocket

This sprocket sucks!! All I do is wheelie.

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zuki1100 Location: Camden, AR 71701, USA
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Hopperninja 14 days ago Location: Jefferson, WI 53549, USA
What size front sprocket do i need to work with the Vortex rear stunt sprocket 60 tooth? also what chain will work best?
MotoSport Staff Expert
14 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
I would likely say you should be good with running the stock size front sprocket with this 60 tooth rear stunt sprocket. Since this rear sprocket is a 520 instead of 530 like the stock sprocket, you will have to convert to a 520 front sprocket and chain. The chain length is hard to say for certain, I would recommend getting a 140+ link chain and cutting it down to the exact length you need.
zuki1100 1 month 3 days ago Location: Camden, AR 71701, USA
630 pitch sprocket gsx-750 katana?
Trying to find a rear sprocket for Suzuki 750 katana 36-38 tooth 630 pitch, building a prostreet 1500cc gs1100
Expert MotoSport Staff
27 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately the largest chain and sprockets we would be able to order for your 2001 Suzuki GSX750F Katana would be a 530 pitch. Honestly, You may have to have a sprocket with a 630 pitch custom made for that project.
Benji 2 months 3 days ago Location: New Caledonia
Hi do u make a 60 tooth sprocket for a 1991 Bandit 400?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 months 2 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately Vortex does not offer this sprocket for your 1991 Suzuki Bandit 400.
DirkR1 Over 5 months ago Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
I have a 09 R1 and I'm not a top speed guy that much, I always rock it up when wheeling, which size sprocket would give me smooth easy up wheelie?
I want to rock it up around 6-8k RPM's, can you PLEASE give me your advice!!
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This will depend on what gear you tend to ride in and how fast you are going. Both of these will have an affect on gearing. The stock R1 has a 47t rear sprocket. Going to a larger rear sprocket or smaller front sprocket will help shorten the gearing and allow the bike to rev faster. Exactly what gearing you need will depend how much change you require for your riding style.
johnjohn Over 8 months ago
I have a 2000 ninja 250 which gear set up will give me faster acceleration but still let me pop wheelies when I want ?
Want more top end also please help
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately with gearing you are only going to be able to increase acceleration or increase top speed. You are unable to do both. Typically the stock gearing is a happy medium between the two, that allows good acceleration while still maintaining enough top end for freeway use. Going to a larger rear sprocket will increase the acceleration at the sacrifice of top speed. Decreasing the size of the rear sprocket will give added top speed but will cause you to lose acceleration. You will need to determine which way you would like to go and then can choose sprocket sizes accordingly.
arturo87 Over 4 years ago Location: oklahoma
Can i get it chrome?
if not can i have it chromed? if so will it affect it any
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Vortex doesn't offer it in chrome. You can get it chromed and it shouldn't affect it but you may want to research the process.
FilipinoAnt Over 4 years ago
How long of a chain do i need for a 98 ninja 250 if i get the 60t sprocket?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago Location: USA
What size chain are you running; 520, 525, 530?
Over 4 years ago
fergy2007 Over 4 years ago
I have a 2008 ninja 250r what all would i need to change to get this stunt sprocket?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
All you'll need is a longer chain and you'll be doin' wheelies in no time.
rkshannon Over 4 years ago Location: Tennessee
How long of a chain will I need with a 16 t front sprocket and this?
Over 4 years ago Location: madtown Wi.
try a 130 link chain
fredho Over 5 years ago
Should i upgrade my front sprocket at all for this 60 tooth? i have a 07' gsxr 600?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
It depends on what you want to do, Going with the 60t on the rear is going to give you a lot of bottom of end but it's going to take away a lot of your top end speed so if you want to go up a couple teeth in the front to give you a little bit more of your top end speed back you could. It's all up to you though.
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