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Driven USA MX Front Sprocket Honda CR 250R 88-08/ CRF 450 02-09/TRX 450R 2004-2008/ Suzuki RMZ 450 2005-2007

Item no: 2054
Today's Sale Price: $32.95
Application Chart Diagrams Application
1988 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1989 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1990 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1991 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1992 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1993 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1994 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1995 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1996 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1997 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1998 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
1999 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2000 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2001 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2002 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2003 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2004 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2005 Honda CR 250R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2002 Honda CRF 450R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2003 Honda CRF 450R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2004 Honda CRF 450R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
2005 Honda CRF 450R OEM: 13, Range: 13- 15
14 teeth
15 teeth
16 teeth
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The Q&A on this Product
QUESTION:  i have a 2003 crf 450 and when i took the front sprocket off i saw a skinney ring laying on the stan. does the ring go in front or behind the sprocket
ANSWER:  ck on an online fisch
QUESTION:  will a rear sprocket for a 96 cr 250 fir my 2000 cr 250 ? same teeth number but will it bolt up? thanks Zac
ANSWER:  yes it will 96-01 is the same sprocket
QUESTION:  what is the torques setting for the bolts to the front sprocket cr250 honda dirtbike?
ANSWER:  your honda manuel should have that
QUESTION:  i have cr250r 2001 model with 13-48 sprocket but i can't get a top speed, what size to get top speed?
ANSWER:  Larger in the front and smaller in the rear will increase your overall top speed.
QUESTION:  is there a way of looking at the vin to tell the 2008 hona crf 450 r and x apart?
ANSWER:  i am sure contact an honda dealer for more details
QUESTION:  will a 12 tooth sprocket on the front of my 2003 crf 450 do any harm to tranny? 53 on the back.
ANSWER:  no it will not
QUESTION:  Hi I just bought a Honda CR250 and I am not sure what year model it is. On the exhaust tag it says 1995 (it can be an aftermarket part) but the guy I bought it from recons it is a 1996 model. Is there a way that I can check on the bike itself to see exactly the year model?
ANSWER:  yes take your vin number to your local honda dealer
QUESTION:  going to florence dunes thinking a 15-48 would be the proper set up for top speed and good torque riding 07 crf450.do you ship to canada
ANSWER:  yes we do!
QUESTION:  I was tightening the main bolt to attach the front sprocket to the countershaft and the bolt (UBS 8*33) snapped off leaving half of it in the bike.... is this repairable?
ANSWER:  it sure is but you will need to have a good shop look at it .
QUESTION:  In which direction do I loosen the front sprocket nut of the CRF450 (clock/anticlock?) and how do I loosen it if the nut is stripped??
ANSWER:  counter clockwise you can weld and grind the nut to fit the socket best be done by a profesional
QUESTION:  ok so let me get this straight- after some research 15 is the best for the highest speed a 04 CRF450 bike can produce, is this right? looking for 100+ mph
ANSWER:  for 100mph you should do a 15-44
QUESTION:  do you sell a 12 tooth for a 2004 crf450?
ANSWER:  yes part number 0054-520-12t
QUESTION:  Do you sell a 12 tooth front sprocket for a 1998 cr250? Also, do you sell a chain guide to be used with oversized rear sprockets. I would like to go from a 50, to maybe a 52 or 53 tooth rear sprocket? Or, is there a better way to deal with the chain guide issue?
ANSWER:  WE DO SELL A 12 TOOTH SPROCKET 0054-520-12 Driven Racing
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