Yet another sprocket question

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  • runester

Posted August 03, 2007 - 09:47 AM


I want to bump up a tooth (or two) on my 07 450, I have the regina ORN6 (Grays advice)
I had to pull a few links off when I put it on and I am just wondering if I will have any hassles w/the new sprocket fitting with the chain. I'm at about the third notch in front on the blocks... Time is something I dont have enough of and any that I can save helps me alot so I figure If I have to reinstall any links I d like to know up front before I waste any time goin' in blind.

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  • grayracer513

Posted August 03, 2007 - 12:30 PM


You should be OK if you have a half inch or so of axle slot available. You can also run a second master link and one link of the chain you took out, if you use a genuine Regina ORN6 master. I've been doing that on my '03 for over two years, no problem.

  • runester

Posted August 03, 2007 - 02:30 PM


Thanks Gray...
Your the man,

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