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http://www.adventuremotorcycle.com....d6e5fb8d27136e95/e/s/esjot-50-29010s-17_1.jpg
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ESJOT sports sprocket. warranty for the same length as their solid steel. only thin one is 85 grams lighter. at 13,000 rpm 85 grams is quite a lot of rotating mass well technically its coming out of the gearbox. so its not doing that much
NICE and it was 5 bucks more than a stock sprocket. pretty stoked with that!
also 1/ 1-8 is the nut size. its an IMPERIAL NUT on the front sprocket. it measures 29.5mm on digital Vernier calipers
 

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http://www.adventuremotorcycle.com....d6e5fb8d27136e95/e/s/esjot-50-29010s-17_1.jpg
Check it out!
ESJOT sports sprocket. warranty for the same length as their solid steel. only thin one is 85 grams lighter. at 13,000 rpm 85 grams is quite a lot of rotating mass well technically its coming out of the gearbox. so its not doing that much
NICE and it was 5 bucks more than a stock sprocket. pretty stoked with that!
also 1/ 1-8 is the nut size. its an IMPERIAL NUT on the front sprocket. it measures 29.5mm on digital Vernier calipers

I noticed that your picture of the front sprocket has 17 teeth vice the 'normal' 14 teeth of the R3. Isn't that A LOT of teeth? How does that work coming off the line in 1st?
 

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its a 14T sprocket. that was just for illustrative purposes.
I cant believe you sat and counted teeth on a sproket lol
 

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its a 14T sprocket. that was just for illustrative purposes.
I cant believe you sat and counted teeth on a sproket lol

Hey, when you're retired, what else do I have to do! (AND I did it 3 times, just to make sure!) LOL
 
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