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    Cool thread man...........Some good shots taken.....

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    The little beast is still alive, kicking and going harder than ever! Can't believe how bullet proof these little bikes are (with the right stunt gear on them ofcourse). Still love jumping on it even though I've got the R6 stunter now. Would suggest for anyone who's keen on the sport to invest into one of these!
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    Do you have the engineering drawings for the rear sprocket please?? As I'm wanting to get into stunting and I have a cbr 125 and this looks like a good way to get started! Also just wondering the size of the chain how many links are in it with the -1 front sprocket so I can't get this main part out of the way please??

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    hey man i did have eng dwg but threw it out. all you need to tell the machine shop is the pitch, how many teeth, and sprocket ID. Jump on JT Sprockets website and use their drawings as a template.

    If you just went -1 front you can stay stock sprocket size but if you're going +10 rear like I did you will need to add links, not sure how many but there are calculators on the net that tell you that just do a search.

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    bump to an old but ledgendary thread.nappa you have truely inspired me and my little cbr also.it started life as my mrs fist bike now its sitting vertical in my garage and has been a laugh and a half what this little gutless pos can do and for cheap.dirt bike handle bars,12 oclock bar stumt pegs motor cross tyres port and polish ,pod filter ,hollw zorst,blah blah blah.what i want to know is did you disabable the bank sensor/tilt sensor.im about to bring it out again for the summer and have just(last night)put the 12oclock bar on.lso did you have any oil starvation problems or use a wet plug set up.cheers for your inspirations(my mrs isnt your biggest fan tho after what you ve made her beloved bike become.hehe)

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    oh yeah amd the 60 tooth renthal sprocket helped 2

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    you can get them on ebay any size u want pricey but there that big u can put a small pizza on the so has multiple uses

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    no engine upgrades?

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