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Hi. 97 bb with dymag carbon wheels. I need new sprockets. I've got diagram from dymag for all aluminum Talon sprocket currently on it and also supersprox stealth sprockets. I need to verify for fitment before I order supersprox. They look close to me but bore and bolt pattern seem to be off slightly. Any opinions greatly appreciated. Also how many splines on front output shaft...13?
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First off bees...hope your still in good spirits, and recovering best as possible.

Below that it says dymag wheels years 0 to 0. Thats why they suggested it. I talked to supersprox originally about having it made to the current sprocket on the bike, and they found this in the catalog for already being made. So it would eliminate further cost of being custom made. Any idea on front sprocket spline count?
 

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Not sure on the count. But it's stock so as long as you order to stock you'll be safe. I'd highly recommend using the stock cushioned unit. Or an ogilbe front.
 

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First off bees...hope your still in good spirits, and recovering best as possible.

Below that it says dymag wheels years 0 to 0. Thats why they suggested it. I talked to supersprox originally about having it made to the current sprocket on the bike, and they found this in the catalog for already being made. So it would eliminate further cost of being custom made. Any idea on front sprocket spline count?
Standard BB front sprocket is 17T across all models, but you used to be able to get 16T & 18T, those specs are nowhere near a std BB rear sprocket but then I don't know much about Dymag's :confused:
Do those match your existing sprockets? I've been using the Supersprox for years on my 98 Bird but they are exactly the same as the std rears as far as specs apart from the Bimetal construction and I went to a 46T rear ;)
 

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Yes, the rear wheels hub bolt pattern is different. It currently has 18tfront and 45t rear. The rear sprocket pdf is exactly what is on there now. I was just wondering if that one that is listed for hayabusa works for this wheel. Specs are close but not exact.
 

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Dyamag like my Galespeed have a specific rear carrier for the sprocket. You'll have to make sure it's states Dyamag wheel.
 

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First off bees...hope your still in good spirits, and recovering best as possible.

Below that it says dymag wheels years 0 to 0. Thats why they suggested it. I talked to supersprox originally about having it made to the current sprocket on the bike, and they found this in the catalog for already being made. So it would eliminate further cost of being custom made. Any idea on front sprocket spline count?
As for the front sprocket....I would only use a blackbird specific piece, as the correct sprocket "floats" on the splines with 1-2mm or 1/16" axial play. Other brands/models use different methods to fix, so recommend to not mix and match. Make sure you use anti seize moly on the splines before assembly.
 
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