This sounds like a daft question, but can I remove the sprocket cover on my track GSXR 750 SRAD, and leave it off? I have a range of front & rear sprockets that came with it, so surely its beneficial to keep access open? Is it a case of taking off
does anyone have any suggestions for removing oily fingerprints from plastic front sprocket covers , i've tried all sorts of things but nothing seems to shift them , any suggestions greatly appreciatedthankscraig WD40 or Jizer. Brake cleaner or Mr
After a front sprocket cover for a 1998 750. Chain snapped after my first time on it after a mile and a half!Cheers, Dan.
Hello all I was just wondering is the front sprocket cover for a K3 K4 gixxer 1000 able to be fitted to a K1 K2 Cheers Rob dunno, but why? check out ron ayers parts fiche and check the part numbers....
Check this out !!!!!!!!!!! High gloss pre-preg carbon front sprocket cover .Fits all RSVR and FACTORYS modles 04 onwards,also fits the later TUONO. This replaces your original plastic item in seconds ............ superb price £65 + £3 pp you should
After a front sprocket cover for a '98 XR600 Ralso a standard or any tailpipe(MOT Time) PM or bell me on 01483422977CheersDaz.
Is it against the law to have a bike on the road without a front sprocket cover and/or chain guard? will it pass an MOT without them?Tom My road legal track bike passed an MOT without either.
Evening Ive gone through the filthy job of cleaning my chain & rear sprocket and its now mint.I dont want to half a job so I want to remove the front sprocket cover to clean out all the gunge.Im sure its very straight forward but having seen
I will be changing out the drivetrain (both sprockets & chain) on my '01 640 soon, & noticed that the newer LC4's have a different countershaft sprocket cover full of slotted holes. I like the look of this new one better than the solid one that came
MotoGP style meaning "not there" .It was cracked and it looked a bit crappy, so I took it off.No I know that motoGP riders are perfectly happy to ride their bikes without any front sprocket covers, and so am I, but I also know that some racing
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