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Rear sprocket dimensions needed

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by arcticXS, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. arcticXS

    arcticXS XS650 Guru Top Contributor

    Gents,
    I just decided to order a high primary gear set from Ivan Hoey in Australia, so now I need to get a new, slightly larger (than the normal 32-34 t) #520 rear sprocket for my 77. I have decided to order a custom one from Supersprox, and they require both bike model and measurements for custom orders. So now I need the following dimensions:
    -Center hole diameter in mm
    -Bolt hole diameter in mm
    -PCD (bolt circle diameter) in mm
    (As always, I am at work overseas/ offshore whenever I decide to order something for the XS, so cannot just go out in the garage and measure it myself...sorry 'bout that. And I did try searching the forum with no success on this specific info)
     
  2. gggGary

    gggGary Stop that! XS650.com Supporter Top Contributor

    From JT sprockets for XS650 all years
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    I've been buying custom aluminum sprockets from http://www.rebelgears.com/, been very happy, lightening fast delivery and very light!
     
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  3. Jim

    Jim Beyond the edge, is the unknown. Here be Dragons XS650.com Supporter Top Contributor

    -Center hole diameter in mm

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    -Bolt hole diameter in mm



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    -PCD (bolt circle diameter) in mm


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    I took outside dia. of opposite holes and subtracted 1 hole dia. Gives us 110.15 center to center.
    Maybe someone else will chime in here and double check me?
     
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  4. Jim

    Jim Beyond the edge, is the unknown. Here be Dragons XS650.com Supporter Top Contributor

    Quick draw beat me. :gun: ;)
     
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  5. arcticXS

    arcticXS XS650 Guru Top Contributor

    Superb! Gary & Jim :)
    I want to go with Supersprox because of their "Stealth" sprockets, with an outer steel ring, and alloy carrier. Almost as light as a full alloy sprocket, but lifetime of a steel sprocket. And they look very trick as well. I have one on the Duc. 680 since years ago.
     
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  6. Bewarethemoon

    Bewarethemoon XS650 Addict XS650.com Supporter

    What size sprocket are you going to use Arctic?

    I too have some of Ivan’s gears to use on my build.

    Just had a quick look on Supersprox website and they do look good, I may end up ordering one myself very soon.

    Daniel
     
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  7. arcticXS

    arcticXS XS650 Guru Top Contributor

    Daniel,
    I haven't quite decided yet, but want overall gearing to be slightly taller than what I currently have with stock primary and 18/33 secondary gearing.
    I also want to go back to 17T front sprocket, so maybe 36 on the rear, maybe 37. Will have to play a bit with a spreadsheet of my own once things settle down on my ship, right now we are silly busy trying to get things done so we can leave port, and start surveying,
     
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  8. Bewarethemoon

    Bewarethemoon XS650 Addict XS650.com Supporter

    I’ll be very interested to see what you decide on and your reasons!

    I’m a little unsure myself.

    Daniel.
     
  9. XSLeo

    XSLeo XS650 Guru Top Contributor

    As I recall the one time when I was reading about the different ratio primary gears the seller recommends a 36 for most stret uses.
    Leo
     
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  10. arcticXS

    arcticXS XS650 Guru Top Contributor

    Leo,
    The primary gears come in different ratios from different vendors. Heiden previously sold a set that was lower (numerically higher) than the 69/32 kit Ivan Hoey is currently selling. Which is supposed to be the same as the one Halco sold back in the day.
    In my case, I also went for a 120/90 rear tyre, which will raise the gearing a little bit, compared to 4.00 or 120/80.
    I still believe I will end up between 17/36 and 17/38 on my bike
     

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