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Old Apr 15th 2014, 08:26 AM   #31
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15/39 is stock... May I ask why you are changing the rear by only one tooth??
welll i love the stock gearing (maybe because i havent experienced the 41 change) and dont wanna lose too much up top but i may just go ahead and get the 41 and the 106 link. wont i lose about 8-10mph up top? also, i dont need the whole quick change setup if i can just get a 41 rear and 15 front sprocket for less. i wont be changing my sprockets often at all. where can i find the correct sprockets for this? everywhere i look, the sprockets are for an aftermarket carrier....help!
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Old Apr 15th 2014, 08:27 AM   #32
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You can't have an odd number of links. You must move up to 106 links, in which case you should just get the 41T as per Ducati recommendation. You can get a 1 piece sprocket or a 2 piece quickchange, that is totally up to you.
10-4 thank you i will just go with the 106 and a 41t. which sprokets are a direct change out for this? as requested in my last post above, where can i find em? thank you guys for the help!
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Old Apr 15th 2014, 08:49 AM   #33
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Old Apr 15th 2014, 08:50 AM   #34
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Ducati has an OEM 41T that should suit your needs just fine. You could try sprocket center or bellissimoto as well.
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Old Apr 15th 2014, 01:12 PM   #35
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I only voiced my concerns earlier as the questions seemed very basic and it worries me that a chain cut and connected/installed by someone with no experience or admitted mechanical aptitude is a potentially dangerous proposition..... Be careful... Please!!
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Improperly cut/riveted chain can be expensive *and* has potential for disastrous (i.e. life threatening) consequences.
I wouldn't advise anyone to attempt it that hasn't watched it done up close and live or, at the very least, have someone who does have experience doing it supervise while they attempt. It is very much a safety issue.
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Old Apr 15th 2014, 01:18 PM   #36
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Improperly cut/riveted chain can be expensive *and* has potential for disastrous (i.e. life threatening) consequences.
I wouldn't advise anyone to attempt it that hasn't watched it done up close and live or, at the very least, have someone who does have experience doing it supervise while they attempt. It is very much a safety issue.
Agreed, I would rather have someone experienced do this one. Having a chain with this much HP going thought it would not be pretty if it let go. I have lot of Mech experience, however just as soon have a Tech who does it every week so this one.
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This is mine... DID ..

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what chain is this 525? i have the ducati 1299s do you know the stock oem sizes and stuff it have?thank you
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Old Aug 4th 2019, 07:30 AM   #38
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I will have one for grabs shortly along with a 15 t front sprocket and complete rear sprocket setup all 520.
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