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post #1 of 7 Old 04-26-2006, 07:54 AM Thread Starter
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PING: RATDOG Need 919 info

Ok guys Two things I need clarified:

1. What rear sprocket fits on the 919? It's been so long since I did mine I don't remember the details, but I kinda remember that it used an RC51 or 929 rear sprocket rather than a 900RR sprocket...


2. Have the 05 hubs changed? like are the studs that hold the sprocket on physically larger than the previous models?

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LDH... I did a little searching and came across the AFAM website. They have a extensive listing of sprockets. It appears the CBR600F1 &F2 (87-96) and the 900RR (92-95) use the same rear sprocket as the 919. There are others but I could not find a listing for the RC-51.
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I am not aware of Honda changing the hub on the 05-06 models.

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I've got a guy that claims his rear sprocket he bought (says 900RR) doesn't fit the hub because the bolt holes are too small. He says they line up perfectly they just don't fit the hole.

He's a pretty smart guy so I believe what he's telling me. I am just trying to get to the bottom of the problem.

Like I said I faintly remember that the 919 uses a 900RR countershaft sprocket (which has a little shaft slop side to side btw) & an RC51 or something rear sprocket. I just can't prove it yet LOL

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This guy that claims the 900RR sprocket does not fit, find out what year RR sprocket he has. The 96-99 model years are different.

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Yea I am working that angle right now... The reason the 96-99 don't fit is because of the 525 chain rather than the 530 that the 93-95 900RR's have, but the hub & bolt pattern/size should be the same for all years...

Alex is calling AFAM for me now so hopefully I can get this all worked out asap

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Yo !! missed this...

yeah, c/s sprocket is same as 900rr / 929 / RC51 / VFR750

gotta run out and dig up a rear sprocket, get a part #

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post #7 of 7 Old 04-28-2006, 07:22 PM
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I've got a guy that claims his rear sprocket he bought (says 900RR) doesn't fit the hub because the bolt holes are too small. He says they line up perfectly they just don't fit the hole.
I can confirm that the 92 - 95 CBR900RR rear sprockets fit the 919. However, I have run into the problem being discussed with Parts Unlimited (generic) sprockets. I attributed the problem to poor manufacturing tolerances.

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