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#1 dapleb

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Posted 03 June 2007 - 08:46 am

POSTED BY: danceswithmopeds. Taken from this thread: http://www.carpe-tdm...o...0&hl=noggin


QUOTE(danceswithmopeds @ Wed 18th Apr 2007, 11:18 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
year front sprocket rear sprocket chain links
teeth teeth
92-96 16 44 114
96-98 17 42 114
99-01 16 43 114
02-05 16 42 118

chain pitch of all is 525

sorry about that, spacing between columns did not appear in posting

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Posted 03 June 2007 - 11:51 pm

Excellent timing dapleb, I was going to look for these details sometime this week. banana.gif
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Posted 15 October 2007 - 10:02 pm

Do you know if mk2 sprockets fit a mk 1? i want the gearing on my mk 1. Thanks guys.

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Posted 15 October 2007 - 11:42 pm

QUOTE(Tyler @ Mon 15th Oct 2007, 10:47 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Do you know if mk2 sprockets fit a mk 1? i want the gearing on my mk 1. Thanks guys.

thought ya were selling it ?? as far as i know the MKI and MKIIa (TDM 850 from 1999-2001) sprockets are the same sizes but i aint 100% shua.

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Posted 16 October 2007 - 09:18 am

they are the same, mk2 96-99 has a diff front sprocket but i think the rest is the same
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Black 1991 850 MK1, 160k+ miles(ish, best guess really, gave up trying to keep count after 3rd set of clocks and 3rd engine), PilotRoad2 tyres, custom stubby exhaust system, bluespot calipers & goodridge braided hoses with dunlopads, maxton forks, Ohlins shock, kedo handguards, stainless TDM grill, Scottoiler with lubetube & dual nozzle thingy, Givi Wingrack2 with E45 & 2xE36s, renntec crash bars, Autocom with blueteeth & PMR radio, TomTom Rider2, Optimate IIIsp, Bagster tank cover, anti-dazzle coating
to fit : led spotlights, heated grips, new braided lines and rear caliper that actually has bleed nipples
Silver-ish 2003 900, 70k miles, PilotRoad3 front tyre (new@65k) & PR2 rear(new at 69k), Renthal 755 bars with KTM handguards, oxford unheated grips, power commander 3usb, scorpion titanium exhausts, standard screen with vario winglet thingy, stainless grill, oem centre stand, bagster tank cover, givi monokey topplate mounted on grabrail with V46 topbox, Givi PL pannier rails with E21s, crash bungs, mirror extender thingys, Halfords Advanced Laser Blue brillance bulbs, 21w led spotlights, touring scottoiler with leehenty dual nozzle, Autocom with blueteeth & PMR radio, TomTom Rider3 Urban, winter style anti-dazzle coating
to fit : led brake light strip, replacement heated grips

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Posted 16 October 2007 - 09:43 am

You mean they have the ones that don't self destruct ?? laugh.gif

Edited by sidestand, 16 October 2007 - 09:44 am.

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#7 TonyDevil

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Posted 16 October 2007 - 10:14 am

QUOTE(sidestand @ Tue 16th Oct 2007, 10:28 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
You mean they have the ones that don't self destruct ?? laugh.gif

different shaft yes dry.gif
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Black 1991 850 MK1, 160k+ miles(ish, best guess really, gave up trying to keep count after 3rd set of clocks and 3rd engine), PilotRoad2 tyres, custom stubby exhaust system, bluespot calipers & goodridge braided hoses with dunlopads, maxton forks, Ohlins shock, kedo handguards, stainless TDM grill, Scottoiler with lubetube & dual nozzle thingy, Givi Wingrack2 with E45 & 2xE36s, renntec crash bars, Autocom with blueteeth & PMR radio, TomTom Rider2, Optimate IIIsp, Bagster tank cover, anti-dazzle coating
to fit : led spotlights, heated grips, new braided lines and rear caliper that actually has bleed nipples
Silver-ish 2003 900, 70k miles, PilotRoad3 front tyre (new@65k) & PR2 rear(new at 69k), Renthal 755 bars with KTM handguards, oxford unheated grips, power commander 3usb, scorpion titanium exhausts, standard screen with vario winglet thingy, stainless grill, oem centre stand, bagster tank cover, givi monokey topplate mounted on grabrail with V46 topbox, Givi PL pannier rails with E21s, crash bungs, mirror extender thingys, Halfords Advanced Laser Blue brillance bulbs, 21w led spotlights, touring scottoiler with leehenty dual nozzle, Autocom with blueteeth & PMR radio, TomTom Rider3 Urban, winter style anti-dazzle coating
to fit : led brake light strip, replacement heated grips

current rides : TDM850 3vd/mk1=tourer&scratcher, TRX850=weekend twisty toy, TDM900=commuter, Z750 hardtail=project
gone but not forgotton : XTZ750=overland touring toy, GS500e, GS125

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 03:18 pm

all you want to know about sprockets, codes etc on here

you can search by bike
or you can search by sprocket code to see what other bikes it is fitted to
you can also see what other sizes are available and what bikes they were fitted to

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 03:37 pm

No width info on the mkI front sprocket. But a diff part number to the mkII!
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Posted 04 November 2007 - 05:47 pm

TDM 900 was hoping maybe a 44 rear but----------

Front sprocket available in: 16 teeth

Rear sprocket available in: 39, 42, 43, 47, 48, 49 teeth

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 07:23 pm

QUOTE(dapleb @ Sun 4th Nov 2007, 03:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
No width info on the mkI front sprocket. But a diff part number to the mkII!



As its flat (ie no boss around the the splined hole) it'll be 7.2 as its a 525 chain
It tells you this on the MkII front sprocket for the thickness of the outer section

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Posted 14 December 2007 - 04:11 pm

I've changed my rear sprocket for a 39 tooth. Gives me a liitle lower revs at 70. But the main reason was to get the speedo a little more accurate. I could sit at 70 and tomtom would say my speed was 65mph. Almost spot on now.

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Posted 10 February 2009 - 05:35 am

Righto!! Spell it out like I'm a 6 year old, I'm after a RK chain (XSO). If my model (2007) requires a 118 link chain, do I buy the 120 link chain and get 2 links taken out?? blink.gif or, if they say 114 and 120, is the sizes they make between these sizes??? Tttttthhhhhaaaaaannnnkkkkssssss

Edited by GregakaDM54, 10 February 2009 - 05:46 am.


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Posted 10 February 2009 - 11:39 am

QUOTE(GregakaDM54 @ Tue 10th Feb 2009, 03:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Righto!! Spell it out like I'm a 6 year old, I'm after a RK chain (XSO). If my model (2007) requires a 118 link chain, do I buy the 120 link chain and get 2 links taken out?? blink.gif or, if they say 114 and 120, is the sizes they make between these sizes??? Tttttthhhhhaaaaaannnnkkkkssssss



Hi Greg,

For Me personally i would buy a chain with a joining link and just take the 2 links out if that is what is required, Just make sure the open ends of the side clip face backwards from the direction of rotation of the chain, This prevents them being flicked off by an object hitting them. This is what i did when i replaced the chain on my DR650 prior to my Cape York trip last August.

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Edited by AussieTeeDeeMmm, 10 February 2009 - 11:39 am.


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Posted 10 February 2009 - 11:45 am

QUOTE(GregakaDM54 @ Tue 10th Feb 2009, 12:35 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Righto!! Spell it out like I'm a 6 year old, I'm after a RK chain (XSO). If my model (2007) requires a 118 link chain, do I buy the 120 link chain and get 2 links taken out?? blink.gif or, if they say 114 and 120, is the sizes they make between these sizes??? Tttttthhhhhaaaaaannnnkkkkssssss


You take 3 links out... don't forget the connecting link. 117+1=118
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Posted 15 June 2009 - 03:12 am

QUOTE(TonyDevil @ Tue 16th Oct 2007, 04:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
they are the same, mk2 96-99 has a diff front sprocket but i think the rest is the same



QUOTE(GuyGraham @ Mon 5th Nov 2007, 02:23 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
As its flat (ie no boss around the the splined hole) it'll be 7.2 as its a 525 chain
It tells you this on the MkII front sprocket for the thickness of the outer section


Guys what do you think any bad if I replace 'thick' (at center mount point) 10.8mm
( http://www.jtsprocke...all/jtf1586.jpg )
sprocket from Mk2 '98 to flat one 7.2mm ? Just I've already purchased spare Renthal 15T
but never thought it can be different before checked mine, as Renthal specified to fit 96-06 years.
As result there are will be (10.8-7.2)/2 = 1.8mm shift to center, seems not a big deal?

I do not know if this affordable misalignment value, or maybe it will be more reliable
to put 1.8mm washer? When properly tightened I guess nothing happens and this
variant with washer looks better to me. Thanks

Edited by dallasRUS, 15 June 2009 - 03:49 am.



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