Where to get 45T rear sprocket?

Discussion in 'Dakar champion (950/990)' started by eugeneorange, May 27, 2004.

  1. eugeneorange

    eugeneorange that's gonna leave a mark

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    Hey guys,
    I ordered the 16 T front sprocket some time ago (backordered I guess), and while I'm waiting I decided to go all the way and get the 45 T rear sprocket as well (that's gonna be fun! :evil )
    I found the 16 t in hard parts (for 950), but I didn't find the rear sprockets made specifically for the 950. I know bunch of you guys have them on already. What kind of a sprocket do I need to get? Where do I get it from? Will the 16 - 45 combo fit with the stock chain, or do I need a new one?

    thanks for feedback.

    eugeneorange
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  2. Flanny

    Flanny Flanny-it-up!

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    You need:

    REAR SPROCKET 45-T 600.10.051.045

    They are availabe from any KTM dealer.
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  3. MAXVERT

    MAXVERT O.G. on da O.C.

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    I just got a 45T from through ktmtalk.com from Munn racing,in about a week. It's made a significant difference and i'm looking forward to the arrival
    of my 16T counter shaft sprocket which is also on back order.

    MAX GO!!!!!!!
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  4. eugeneorange

    eugeneorange that's gonna leave a mark

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    Is the stock chain long enough for the 16T/45T combo?
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  5. Flanny

    Flanny Flanny-it-up!

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    Yes. You may have to flip the axle blocks around to the short sied though.
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  6. vgstef

    vgstef Been here awhile

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    What is the engine speed at 100 KM/H (60M/H) with the 16/45 sprocket?
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  7. Flanny

    Flanny Flanny-it-up!

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    Dunno - I've got no tach with my roadbook mounted... :cry
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  8. barbasma

    barbasma 100% CAROTONE

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    for Europe roads.... 16/45 is too much shorter...

    in italian highways the usual speed is near 150 kmh... :wink:
    in germany over.... :D

    i think to mount the 45 on a second set of knobbies wheels.... :1drink
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