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did mine yesterday.. didn't loctite or thread lock. just check em after to make sure they are tight. what a difference!!! soooo fun
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I've got the 07cbr600rr, and I've had it for a year. I've put 19,000 miles on it. All in all, it has about 21,600 miles on it. Sprockets and Chain all original. Ordered a 520 kit from sportbike track gear. Went -1 +2. Can't wait to put it on, especially since this noise has developed which sounds a lot like the front sprocket's missing a tooth...
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just gettin mine in this week, cant wait for the install!

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I bought my bike with a 14 front and stock rear sprocket and am going to swap it back to the stock her gave to me. Anyone know the size sockets ill need? I have all my tools at the shop i work at and dont feel like luggin everything i own home lol
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I bought my bike with a 14 front and stock rear sprocket and am going to swap it back to the stock her gave to me. Anyone know the size sockets ill need? I have all my tools at the shop i work at and dont feel like luggin everything i own home lol
32 mm for the rear axle, 14 mm for the sprocket nut. 10 and 12 mm open faces for the adjusters.
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Defenitly a good write up. I learned how to ride my bike with the -1 +3 520 kit on it. Just bought a silver supersprox kit with the same gearing. I'm mechanically inclined and all I really needed to know is the torque specs. Anyone chime in with those or pm me?

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Defenitly a good write up. I learned how to ride my bike with the -1 +3 520 kit on it. Just bought a silver supersprox kit with the same gearing. I'm mechanically inclined and all I really needed to know is the torque specs. Anyone chime in with those or pm me?
Front sprocket bolt: 40 ft-lb
Rear sprocket nuts: 47 ft-lb (Note: Loosen these bastards before you take the wheel off)
Rear axle nut: 83 ft-lb.

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I hear its really bad to break loose the front sprocket while in gear? and better option is to put a wrapped bar between the back wheel and swing arm, is that correct? I'm planning on doing a 520 conversion tomorrow and would like to know what most do..

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I hear its really bad to break loose the front sprocket while in gear? and better option is to put a wrapped bar between the back wheel and swing arm, is that correct? I'm planning on doing a 520 conversion tomorrow and would like to know what most do..
I've heard that too, but I've done it twice and lived to tell the tale. I'll probably do it with a bar next time.
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Thanks for the information guys! It's defenitly going to help me do this. Appreciate the love!

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What about the torque spec for the rear caliper bolts?

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Good write up

But I think leaving it in first is a bad idea. When I changed out my front, my first step was to leave everything how it was (chain on). Have someone smash the rear break while I break the nut, then proceed to all your next steps.

Same order putting it back on, mash the rear with the front sprocket bolt hand tight then torque it down.

That way there is no unneeded pressure on the gear box. But maybe it doesn't matter that much.

Also everyone is different on choices for gearing. But -1 +2 is awesome for the track for me, and -1 +1 is better for the street and highways.

Sorry to jack your thread, just my 2 cents



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Nice write up...thanks. Ordering mine as soon as I figure out where to buy.
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good write up, is it the 32mm socket for the rear axle nut on an 05? I need to buy one otherwise :S
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Does anyone know the biggest change we can do and still keep the stock chain?

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You can go -1/+3. It's tight, but it will fit.
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Thanks. Thinking about +2 in the rear sprocket. I do a lot of highway and don't want to raise the rpm's too much. If it bothers me I will get weighted bar ends.

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FYI for people doing it solo, I have a roll on wheel chock I use to support the bike with the rear tire on the ground. I installed new chain/sprockets on the CBR last weekend and the sprocket nut came off easily. Probably easier than any other bike I've had. I've never put something through the rear wheel, keeping it in gear, air tools, ect. Wheel chock works every time.

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Are the cbrs axle nut made to not be cotter key'd? I know it's a lock nut but seems like a cotter key would be much better. What are you track guys doing as far as safety wiring?
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Just to double check. No locktite on the the front sprocket nut?

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no loctite, just tq to spec.

IIRC, rotation of countershaft keeps bolt from loosening....
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no loctite, just tq to spec.

IIRC, rotation of countershaft keeps bolt from loosening....

I was thinking that too about the rotation, just wanted to check. Thanks!

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