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Driven USA MX Rear Sprocket Kawasaki KX 125/ KX 250/ KXF 250/ KX 500

See application chart.

 
Item no: 5033
Today's Sale Price: $62.95
Application Chart Diagrams Application
Notes
1992 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1993 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1994 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1995 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1996 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1997 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1998 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1999 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2000 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2001 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2002 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2003 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2004 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2005 Kawasaki KX 125 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1999 Kawasaki KX 250 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2000 Kawasaki KX 250 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2001 Kawasaki KX 250 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2002 Kawasaki KX 250 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2003 Kawasaki KX 250 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2004 Kawasaki KX 250 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
2005 Kawasaki KX 250 OEM: 50, Range: 48- 53
1998 Kawasaki KX 500 OEM: 47, Range: 48- 53
1999 Kawasaki KX 500 OEM: 47, Range: 48- 53
2000 Kawasaki KX 500 OEM: 47, Range: 48- 53
2001 Kawasaki KX 500 OEM: 47, Range: 48- 53
2002 Kawasaki KX 500 OEM: 47, Range: 48- 53
2003 Kawasaki KX 500 OEM: 47, Range: 48- 53
2004 Kawasaki KX 500 OEM: 47, Range: 48- 53
2004 Kawasaki KXF 250 OEM: 48, Range: 48- 53
2005 Kawasaki KXF 250 OEM: 48, Range: 48- 53
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The Q&A on this Product
QUESTION:  I have a 2001 kx 250 and it feels like first and second are the same damn gear. I run wide open desert,dunes, and some tight trails so I still want good low end, but I need more speed, the bike feels like it needs 3 more gears. I'm running fmf sst head pipe with shorty silencer, vforce3 reeds And uni filter . And if I counted right 13/52-(53)? Any suggestions?
ANSWER:  One tooth up in the front, or a couple teeth down in the rear would give you some more top end
QUESTION:  i have a kxf250..whats the best spark plug i use?thanx more power
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QUESTION:  I really nedeed to find this info, thank God!
ANSWER:  
QUESTION:  I have what I believe is a 98 kx250 it has a 14t front couldn't count the back but I ride mainly powerlines with big hill what gearing would you suggest for getting up those hills without a problem, also chain size please
ANSWER:  
QUESTION:  What would a 12t front and 45t rear be like on a 99 kx125; like speed/acceleration, ect...
ANSWER:  A BIT MORE TOP END A LOT LESS TORQUE
QUESTION:  what sprocket size, front and rear, should i run to get more low to mid end response?
ANSWER:  + 2 in the rear make sure you get a new chain
QUESTION:  whats the stock gearing for a 2004 kx 250f?
ANSWER:  13-48 is stock
QUESTION:  i have a 1999 KX250, what is the best ratio for Motocross?
ANSWER:  13-48
QUESTION:  I have a 05 kx250f running a 13/48. What should I do to get more low end power and more top speed?
ANSWER:  YOU CAN'T GET BOTH 13-50 WILL GET YOU MORE LOW END 14-48 WILL GET YOU MORE HIGH END
QUESTION:  What is the stock sprocket setup on a 1998 kx 250?
ANSWER:  13-48 520-114 is stock
QUESTION:  WHAT WAS THE STOCK FRONT AND REAR SPROCKETS FOR A 2001 KX125. WHAT WOULD YOU RECOMMEND FOR RACING.
ANSWER:  12-49 X 114 IS STOCK DO A 12-50 FOR RACING
QUESTION:  Running a 13/48 on my KX 250f. Looking to switch to a 12/47. What should I expect ?
ANSWER:  you will get a little more low end
QUESTION:  whats the stock measurments for a 1999 kx 125 handle bar. i need width, rise, pullback.
ANSWER:  please contact your kawasaki dealer
QUESTION:  what is a good gear ratio for a 2000 kx250 mainly used for trail riding thanks steve
ANSWER:  13-49 will give you a little more low end power
QUESTION:  I have a 2001 kx 125 and it has dropped 2nd gear, what do i do?
ANSWER:  split the cases and fix it
QUESTION:  i had a 13 / 50 before ...i bough a 14 / 48 ... i was thinking of getting a lot of top speed on my kx 250 ... but .. i've lost 7-8mph ... why ?
ANSWER:  try the 13-48 or the 14-50 also you might be low on power
QUESTION:  What sprocket for more low end torque off the line. 2004 Kx125
ANSWER:  12-49
QUESTION:  Have a 2003 r6 yamaha. 1st gear cant accelerate past 30 mph
ANSWER:  go down in the rear or up in the front stock is 16-48
QUESTION:  Can you supply sprockets for a 1975 KX 250, i am looking for either a 50 tooth rear or a 12 tooth front, front the same as 1979 KX, Simon
ANSWER:  no sorry we don't hhave applications for the 1975 kx 250
QUESTION:  I have a 98 kx 125 and im switching to a 13 52 setup for more low end power. What size chain will i need to fit this? thanks
ANSWER:  520X 116
QUESTION:  i got a 97 kx 125 with the motor done up in 96 i don't no how i`m assuming the bike is made in 96 but said to be a 97 but right now im running a 13 in the front and 51 in the back how can i make it so my bike will wheelie more since my rental sprockets wore out in no time i have to by some new sprockets any ways just woundering if i should go bigger in the back or smaller to be able to wheelie more and should i leave the front at a 13 tooth
ANSWER:  BIGGER IN THE BACK, AND/OR SMALLER IN THE FRONT...
QUESTION:  wuts the stock gearing for a 1997 kx125 i have 13 49 rate now and need more low end
ANSWER:  13-50
QUESTION:  i need more bottom end on my 97 kx125 im running 13 49 rate now and have nothing out of the corrnor
ANSWER:  GO TO A 51 REAR
QUESTION:  I have a 2001 kx 250, and I am trying to find somthing that will get me more top end speed without losing too much of the low end torque. What do you suggest?
ANSWER:  try going 2 down in the rear or 1 up in the front but you can't have more top end witout loosing some low end
QUESTION:  i have a kxf 250 05, went for a ride and the front sprocket split into 4 peices + the seal behind has broken any ideas ?
ANSWER:  bad sprocket ?
QUESTION:  I have a 1998 Kx 250 and would like to lower the speed running the same rpms. It bogs a bit at low rpms. Suggestions? Thanks Bryan
ANSWER:  GO UP 2 TEETH ON THE REAR
QUESTION:  What size chain do I need for a 2006 kxf 250 with a 13t front and 51t rear?
ANSWER:  116 links
QUESTION:  is there a kx125 countershaft sprocket for a #35 or #219 chain?
ANSWER:  520 pitch only
QUESTION:  i have a 2003 125 kx and need to know what the best toothed sprocket for bike would be? its 51 stock but need to know if i need to go down to make it faster.
ANSWER:  if you want more top end go to a 49 rear or a 52 for more low wnd power
QUESTION:  I have a 2001 KX 500 bored to a 540, I am trying to find somthing that will get me more top end speed without losing too much of the low end torque. What do you suggest?
ANSWER:  GO TO A 14-42
QUESTION:  i have a 2004 kawasaki kx125 and need to lower it so i can comfortably have my feet touch ground. tried to turn the 2 nuts above the spring up but then the spring lost contact. Suggestions?
ANSWER:  LOWERING LINKS I THINK PRO CIRCUIT MADE THEM
QUESTION:  how do i get a sprocket for a kawasaki 125??
ANSWER:  call customer service we have them
QUESTION:  i have an 01' kx125 and want to go faster but not loose acceleration. should i just go one tooth down in the rear sprocket?
ANSWER:  yes that will be a small dif and wouldn't change much in the low end
QUESTION:  I bought a used 2005 kx250f and it has a 13t in the front and a 48t in the rear (aftermarket). What are it's oem sizes?
ANSWER:  13-48 IS STOCK!
QUESTION:  what sprocket can i use to make my 99 kx 125 to make it a lot faster
ANSWER:  go down 2 teeth in the rear
QUESTION:  i have a 93 kx 125 it has a rear 41 tooth sprocket and the chain is loose and motor lugs i want alote more lower power what should i need 50-53 rear?
ANSWER:  50 would be good make sure you replace the front sprocket and the chain
QUESTION:  on 2005 kx 125 what sprokets should be put on for bottom end power
ANSWER:  12 FREONT OR 53 REAR 1 OR THE OTHER NOT BOTH.
QUESTION:  I have a 2007 kx250. I would like to know what front and back gear I should get to produce more top end.
ANSWER:  go to a 14 front
QUESTION:  I made a mistake in my question. I have a 06 KX250F it lugs in second gear and revs to much in first gear on tight trails. And it lugs a little to much on steep tight trails also. I have 12:48 tooth sprockets now have been thinking about putting on a 51 in the rear?
ANSWER:  so you need to space it up a bit 13-48 will be good 12-51 will be worse
QUESTION:  I havwe a 06 KX250f with 12:48 It lugs to much in second and rev's to high in third on tight trails. And on steep tight trails first lugs a bit to much. what gears would you recommend?
ANSWER:  13-48
QUESTION:  hows it goin? my names vinny, can you ship parts to ireland?
ANSWER:  yes we can vinny
QUESTION:  what type of metal are these sprockets made of?
ANSWER:  7075 T6 ALLOY driven racing
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