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hazebusa

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Time to replace my chain and sprocket but wanting to go up 3 in the rear any website suggestions? 2005 stock busa
 

1busa

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16/42 is a favorite combination for the gen 1 busa. I have that current setup on my busa and couldn't be more pleased with it
 

Fireman6615

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I just went 3 up on the rear, its definitely different and took a little getting used to. PM Goldenchild, that's where I got mine from, he may have some more. Quick shipping and well known on here.
 

BoostCreep

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I'm running a Vortex 16 up front and a stocker in the back. The guy hanging onto my bike right now tells me it rides so much better, I will take his word for it (changed it out over the winter and left the country as it was still snowing).
 

Tufbusa

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There are some things to consider prior to altering the gearing.

A front sprocket with fewer teeth works the chain harder and robs power, as the chain has to curl more to match the smaller diameter.

One thing to watch is clearance between the swingarm and chain. Smaller sprockets (Front or rear) can result in the chain laying on the swingarm, and actually working the suspension when power is applied. With high-horsepower machines, chain pull and its effect can be altered using sprocket selection. Anti-squat torque-which extends the rear suspension under power-is determined by swingarm angle and the distance between the swingarm pivot and top chain run. Even if the chain doesn't touch the swingarm, running it close to the pivot will enhance the anti-squat torque, much in the same way raising the swingarm pivot does.
 

pashnit

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oooh 3 up, gonna have some fun.

If you want SuperSprox, order up will send out. Very popular stuff. Call 530-391-1356 if you want to do CC over phone. Got a 17-43 combo in stock. Can ship today.



I have them on both my Hayabusa's.

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1bondoman

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if all you do is streetride keep the stock gearing.if you race that's another story. also stick with a steel rear sprocket if all you do is streetride. the alum ones go quick on the street.
 

novabusa

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17/43 is a good choice,real good snap to it and find it better in slow traffic,also changed speedo 10 mph higher
 

BoostCreep

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the smaller front robs power? I can see what you're getting at but does anybody have a dyno between a 16t front 40t rear vs a 17t front and a 43t rear vs a stock setup? I'd have to see it to really believe it would be anything worth even noting.
 

hazebusa

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Thanx everyone for the help I ended going with a vortex 17/43 sprocket setup with a ek gold chain got for $220 on bike bandit
 


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