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I am looking for a one tooth front sprocket to fit my 1995 750W. I use a 75 tooth on the rear, and I would like to drop down to a "single-toother" on the front. Also, will I lose any top end with a single tooth front sprocket?

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[This message has been edited by DustinBrantner (edited 04-03-2001).]
 

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actually man I heard that the newest rave about front sprockets was the newly patented "quarter toother"..... has a rounded off quarter tooth. works well with rear sprocket sizes of 50 teeth and larger. You can find it at http://www.squidasspacker.com POOP!

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Dustin, don't go for the single tooth sprocket. Its better to go to a speed shop and have the pros weld up a tooth on the countershaft. This way you can make it a big tooth!


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Anonymous said:
I am looking for a one tooth front sprocket to fit my 1995 750W.
Single tooth must be AWESOME for wheelies. Hit the gas, the chain slides on the smooth sprocket building rpms then the tooth grabs and launches the bike. Probably just enough to point it straight up then realeases so you don't loop. What a great design.
 
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