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Might be an adapter coming out to put XR650R rear sprocket on an XRL

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Saw elsewhere DirtTricks was trying out some bushings and bolts to allow easy use of a 650R rear sprocket on an XRL.

Bolt head matched the 650R sprocket, bushing went into the L bolt hole from the rear to allow use of the smaller R bolt.

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bout freekin time someone decided to do that,,opens up more choices on rear sprocket selection...

 

let us know if it really happens Dave.......not sure i would need the kit..but i may ;)

 

B

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It has been done without the kit, you bore out the sprocket holes or some such... opens up sp[ecialty sprockets, like the ironman.

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Pardon my ignorance but whats wrong with putting a XR650L sprocket?

Edited by D0T-C0M

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Figures,,,coming from a Northerner.......... :devil:

 

 

:p  :p  :p

 

:lol:

 

 

seriously though,,alot of manufacturers make a 45 rear and maybe a 48 rear for our bikes..

 

They make alot more variety for the XR650R though,,probably because it was converted to sumo more

 

and also raced...

 

you can find alot more smaller rear sprockets  and larger rear for the XR650R..

 

B

Edited by brianhare

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Coming from a southerner I'll just glaze over that comment LOL

 

really I've never had any problem finding any sprocket but hey I only shop on ebay :)

Edited by D0T-C0M

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This is indeed true.  I posted yesterday on another forum about this.

 

Dirt Tricks has made a bushing that enables you to use any of their CR/CRF sprockets on the XR650L and XR600R.  That gives you a choice from 42T to 52T in back,  and the XRR 14T or 15T up front.  The bushing replaces the stock flat washer.  It pushes in through the backside of the hub, then you use a 8MM bolt instead of the stock 10MM bolt. 

I have pictures available.

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