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I have used several of these steel front sprockets and have never had a problem with any on several makes and models of bikes.
This sprocket is marketed as fitting a 1991 klr650. However, although it fits the splines of the countershaft it is missing the two tapped holes for the locking plate. Apparently Sunstar stopped adding the holes for the locking plate on these. Theyre listed as fitting any 1990-2018 klr650 but 1996 and older need these missing holes.
Beware of the thickness of this counter shaft sprocket. It is thinner than stock and caused the o- ring and bushing to fail and leak on my 2015 KTM 500 exc. I took it to the dealer and it cost me $210 to repair including the proper sprocket. The bolt bottomed out so proper tension on the washer was impossible.
I thought about getting a more expensive sprocket but this one is great, it feels quaility and works like it should
I was tipped to this website by an online motorcycle forum and it was perfect. I got the exact sprocket I needed to make the gearing a little taller on my Yamaha. The exact sprocket for my motorcycle was easy to look up and the order came fast. I fit in just like it was suppose to. Will buy from from these guys again when the time comes.
Holds up well on my FC450
I bought this item a few weeks ago. I order it, it was delivered quickly, very helpful was able to get it before our next race. This is a product that is needed to complete gear combination for various tracks. It is used on a 600cc mini sprint.
an front sprocket is a front sprocket, however this particular sprocket drew me to it because of the holes drilled in it (as pictured). Well my sprocket was an solid black sprocket.
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Question asked by A1Anglers
Question:Q: Will this fit my 1999 Kawasaki KX60, and does this sprocket have the same amount of teeth as a stock one? If not, could you direct me to a stock sprocket.Question asked 26 days ago
Question asked by Baker
Question:Q: Will this sprocket fit a Rotax 500cc 4 stroke? 1984 Ktm 504 or can-am 500 sonic. Many searches have brought me here.Question asked 28 days ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 28 days agoAnswer: A: Rotax has supplied engines for many companies, including Aprilia, ATK, BMW, Can Am, Cannondale, and KTM.
I have not found any information about your 1984 KTM 504. I found info about the '84 KTM 495MX, '85 KTM 500MX, and 07-09 KTM 505SXF and 505XCF.
To search for parts for the Rotax 500 and Can Am 500, we need the model years.
The most useful tool for finding the correct parts to fit will be your VINs.
Question asked by Caveman
Question:Q: Will this fit a 2003 Kawasaki Super Sherpa. They call for the 13144-1027 for replacement and want a shouldered sprocket so dirt dosen't build up and trash seal.Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question asked by CORY204
Question:Q: Is this sprocket stealQuestion asked 1 year 1 month ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 1 month agoAnswer: A: Correct.
Question asked by Wolfman
Question:Q: Will this sprocket fit a 2017 Husqvarna 701 SupermotoQuestion asked 1 year 1 month ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 1 month agoAnswer: A: It will not fit your model.
Question asked by dan68
Question:Q: Want to gear down my 2016 crf450r for trails, went from a 13 front to a 12 made a big difference but can i or does anyone even make an 11? Not sure right off whats on the rear but it looks like if i go much bigger the chain wont feed well through the rearQuestion asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question asked by Kawasakiboy
Question:Q: Is the ten teeth good for a kx250 1997 or will it not fit wellQuestion asked 1 year 9 months ago
Question answered by MichaelUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 9 months agoAnswer: A: This will fit your bike, however, anytime you are going down in teeth in the front you must go up in the rear that is if you are attempting to achieve more power on the bottom end of your torque band.
Question asked by Character
Question:Q: Just to verify...this will fit a 2016 R6?Question asked 1 year 10 months ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 1 year 10 months agoAnswer: A: Correct we do carry these sprockets for a 2016 R6
Question asked by stephen
Question:Q: I know when trying to get better top speed to drop teeth on the rear sprocket but how about the front? drop or add teeth on the front for top speedQuestion asked Over 3 years agocurrently my top speed on my Honda 300ex is 65 and I want to get that faster and I know I need to drop teeth in the rear but I'm not sure to add or drop teeth in the front.
Question answered by Dex724User's contributor status: Verified Purchaser Top 1000Question answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Check this link out, there's a great chart at the bottom of the article that shows the smaller change with rear sprockets compared to the front sprocket. Hope this helps.
Question answered by PapaUser's contributor status: Top 500 Verified PurchaserQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: You have to add teeth on the front.
Question answered by HelicopterMechanicUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Faster = front sprocket bigger and rear smaller. One tooth on the front equals about five on the rear.
Question answered by popsUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: add 1 tooth to the front, be careful of clearance issues with engine case
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Going up teeth on the front sprocket and/or down on the rear will add top speed.
Question asked by Jake
Question:Q: Does the Snap ring come with the sprocket?Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: No it would not include the snap ring. That can be found in our OEM section.
Question answered by TerryUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: No, just the sprocket
Question answered by PapaUser's contributor status: Verified Purchaser Top 500Question answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: No you have to buy one.