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  • Offline Konepyörämies   fi

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    Sprockets & torque
    on: 09 August, 2022, 09:19:07 am
    09 August, 2022, 09:19:07 am
    Hi,
    Question of final drive & torque:
    Rear sprocket to cush drive 33 Nm - but what’s the torque of front sprocket? So much you can make?
    Correct if I'm wrong; it has a normal right hand thread.

    Planning to install a one-tooth larger front sprocket instead of the standard sprocket, the rear will have a standard 45-tooth sprocket. Chain will be D.I.D 530-ZVMX X-ring, sprockets from JT and the front sprocket with a rubber ring.

    I ride alone and don't have heavy baggage and wanna have a longer 1st gear and less revs on highway.
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    Re: Sprockets & torque
    Reply #1 on: 16 August, 2022, 09:26:08 pm
    16 August, 2022, 09:26:08 pm
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    Re: Sprockets & torque
    Reply #2 on: 14 October, 2022, 04:35:39 pm
    14 October, 2022, 04:35:39 pm
    Today changed the front sprocket for the second time. From experience good practice every 10k miles/16k km.
    First change was with a JTF1180-18RB but now with OEM. Both seem to wear the same but OEM is almost double in price  :192:
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    Re: Sprockets & torque
    Reply #3 on: 27 November, 2022, 02:20:50 pm
    27 November, 2022, 02:20:50 pm
    Konepyoremies,
    How do you like the gearing change now that the swap is done? I have a 19t on the shelf.
    I have the same goals as you, plus I feel like gears 3-4 are so close in ratio a longer final would make them more useful.

     



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