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2006 Yamaha FZ1 JT Street Bike Front Countershaft Sprockets

2006 Yamaha FZ1
Front Tire:
120/70-17
Rear Tire:
190/50-17
Spark Plug:
CR9EK
Battery:
YTZ14S
Stock Chain/Belt:
530x122
Front Sprocket:
17T
Rear Sprocket:
45T
Front Brake Pads:
Dual Disc
Oil Filter:
KN-204
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520 Front Countershaft Sprocket
$8.99 - $25.99
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JT 520 Front Countershaft SprocketMade exclusively from the finest grade of C49 high carbon steel, JT Countershaft Sprockets are made to last with a lifespan greater than any other steel or aluminu...
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530 Front Countershaft Sprocket
$13.99 - $27.99
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JT 530 Front Countershaft Sprocket JT Sprockets are made exclusively from the finest Japanese 545C high carbon steel Heat treated and hand finished to meet or exceed OEM standards Outlasts any mil...

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Ed (Glendale )

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Great sprocket for my Shadow

My 1993 VLX600 needed a new sprocket and this was a great product at a great price. I also bought the front sprocket because I always change them as a set. They're nice heavy weight steel which is what you want for your power delivery system.

Ed (Glendale )

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Great sprocket at a great price

My 1993 VLX600 needed a new sprocket and this was a great product at a great price. I also bought the rear sprocket because I always change them as a set. They're nice heavy weight steel which is what you want for your power delivery system.

Cam (Chicago )

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Needs spacer on FZ1

Nice sprocket, good for going from 190/50 to 180/55 tire on Fz1. Didn't line up right - needs a spacer or something so it doesn't damage the chain.

Steve (Bend )

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I am very satisfied

I am very satisfied with the fit, finish and quality of these sprockets. A sure fire method of extending the life of your chain is replacing worn counter sprockets.

Andrew (Appleton )

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DRZ400SM

Figured I'd buy another front sprocket and as always; I get JT sprockets. Might as well order a new front one if I'm getting a chain and rear sprocket. Highly recommend.

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