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post #1 of 12 Old 05-07-2008, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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Vstrom 1000 vs 650 front sprocket, the same?

Hi all,

I'm trying to change from a 15T to a 17T with a stock sprocket so I can get the rubber damper. The only one that I know of is the vstrom 1000 sprocket with the 17T will that fit the 650? thanks for the help.
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They will indeed. And should you want a 16T, order from an SV650.

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Just to be clear are you saying that the Vstrom 1000 countershaft sprocket will fit on the 650 sprocket without any modifications? Thanks
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They will indeed. And should you want a 16T, order from an SV650.

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Hi all,

I'm trying to change from a 15T to a 17T with a stock sprocket so I can get the rubber damper. The only one that I know of is the vstrom 1000 sprocket with the 17T will that fit the 650? thanks for the help.


So let me ask a dumb question.....what is a rubber damper on a sprocket and what does it do?

I am wanting to change from a 15T to a 16T on my Wee.....and should learn about this before I buy a standard sprocket.

What are the pluses and minuses of the rubber damper?

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The rubber damper is adheared to the sproket on both sides. Supposedly it keeps down some vibe noise. I just put the 16t on my Wee minutes ago, the one for the GSXR and it went on with no modification needed with out a hitch. It cost a few bucks more than one without the rubber. $16 and change I think. The part # is 27510-20A10.

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By the way....here is a very cool site on this topic.....

http://www.jackphelps.com/vstrom/sprocket.htm

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SV650 front sprocket is 15t

GSXR 600 & 750 is 16t
You is elcorrecto

my appologies....

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To be honest, I have had the rubber damped and "normal" sprocket. I cant tell any diff in sound. I always go with a JT Sprocket 16T personally.

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