Are you looking for information on your motorcycle’s standard-size or stock-size sprocket? Look no further! Our tool provides the standard sprocket size for various motorcycle brands in Malaysia.
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“Stock size” typically refers to the size of a component or part that is originally installed by the manufacturer on a particular model or version of a product. In the case of a motorcycle sprocket, the stock size would be the standard size of the sprocket that comes with the motorcycle from the factory.
It is the size that the manufacturer recommends for the optimal performance of the motorcycle. By using the stock-size sprocket, you can maintain the motorcycle’s original performance and ensure that it operates as intended by the manufacturer.
To use our tool, you’ll need to know the front and rear sprocket sizes as well as the chain size and length. Simply input this information into our tool, and we’ll provide you with the stock-size sprocket for your motorcycle.
What is the sprocket standard size of your motorcycle brand?
We currently have data for popular motorcycle brands in Malaysia, such as Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Modenas, Sym, and KTM. We’re constantly updating our database with new information, so be sure to check back if you don’t find what you’re looking for.
Why is knowing your motorcycle’s sprocket size important?
Sprocket size affects the overall performance of your motorcycle. A larger sprocket size will increase acceleration but decrease top speed, while a smaller sprocket size will do the opposite. Additionally, changing sprocket sizes can help improve fuel efficiency and reduce wear and tear on your chain.
How to look for the sprocket size?
To look for the sprocket and chain size on your motorcycle, you’ll need to locate the sprockets and chain. The front sprocket is typically located near the engine output shaft, while the rear sprocket is located on the rear wheel hub. The chain connects the two sprockets.
Determine the number
To determine the size of your sprockets, you can count the number of teeth on each sprocket. The sprocket size is often represented by the number of teeth. For example, if your front sprocket has 14 teeth and your rear sprocket has 48 teeth, your sprocket sizes would be 14T (front) and 48T (rear).
The chain size
To determine the chain size, you can measure the pitch and width of the chain. The pitch is the distance between each link pin, while the width is the distance between the inner plates of the chain. Chain sizes are often represented by a series of numbers and letters, such as 428, 520, or 530.
For example, if you have a Yamaha Y15ZR (LC150), you can look up the standard sprocket and chain size for your motorcycle using our tool. The standard sprocket sizes for the Y15ZR (LC150) are 14T (front) and 42T (rear), and the standard chain size is 428. Knowing this information can help you make informed decisions when it comes to sprocket upgrades or replacements.
Use the sprocket tool now
By using our tool to determine the standard size or stock size sprocket for your motorcycle, you can make informed decisions when it comes to sprocket upgrades or replacements. Upgrading or replacing your sprocket with a non-standard size can affect your motorcycle’s performance and may require adjustments to other parts of the bike. By sticking with the stock, you can ensure that your motorcycle performs as intended.