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Sprocket question

by chance does anyone know the specs. for an 02 gsxr600 rear sprocket and front sprocket.. how many teeth on each Stock
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come on no one knows the stock sprocket range??
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Np, you planning on doing the 520 conv right?


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Np, you planning on doing the 520 conv right?
am not sure maybe i know my sprocket has been changed i believe the kid i bought bike for went down 1 tooth in the rear but i didnt know the stock size inorder to check when i do replace the sprocket i will probably go to the 520 bc it is the 525 chain right now right
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I haven't done the 520 convo yet on my r6 because I thought I would be selling it but if you do that I would strongly reccomend a steel rear sprocket, the extra strength more than out weighs the cons of the slightly higher weight.


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steel as apposed to aluminum i was agree aluminum is very weak i can see having to replace it more often due to increase wear on the sprocket
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I haven't done the 520 convo yet on my r6 because I thought I would be selling it but if you do that I would strongly reccomend a steel rear sprocket, the extra stregnth more than out weighs the cons of the slightly higher weight.
definite on the steel sprocket. i ate through my alum on my 929 in about 5k. when i changed swingarms i went back to 530. i already had the joy of chuckin the chain though the case of my dads old TL. not fun... to much down time for a few pounds.

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definite on the steel sprocket. i ate through my alum on my 929 in about 5k. when i changed swingarms i went back to 530. i already had the joy of chuckin the chain though the case of my dads old TL. not fun... to much down time for a few pounds.
plus am sure you probably didnt even notice the difference in the small weight drop
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i didnt notice it one bit.

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steel as apposed to aluminum i was agree aluminum is very weak i can see having to replace it more often due to increase wear on the sprocket
I've heard only bad things about Al toothed sprockets. Bi- or tri- metal with steel teeth are supposedly good though- that's how most bike rotors are made.

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