It was for a 2006 250. I think it was about $25 at the dealer. I took it on a 200 mile road trip at 75mph when it was about 95 degrees outside with no problems. It struggles on the steeper hills but not too bad at all.DAROYAL said:What year and engine size was this done with? I called my local Honda dealer and they came up with nothing... any ideas where I could get a sprocket for a 1987 250?
Cool, thanks for the info. Still finding out things about these here bikes. I was just used to a car, driven off the tranny.lildave said:no it wont alter the speedo only changing the front tire will do that as the speedo is driven off the front hub
Contact Rebel Gears. They can provide you with a 31t aluminum rear sprocket.I was considering going down to a 30 tooth sprocket, but I figured that wouldn't move this fat butt of mine, so I looked for a 31 or 32 tooth sprocket # JTR27931 or 32.
I contacted JT Sprockets looking for the 31 tooth, and was told that this sprocket was not available in the states, only England. I don't know why, but I moved on. I did order a 32 tooth and I'm waiting for that to come in.
Does anyone know where to get a 31 tooth sprocket? I check JT Sprockets and Dennis Kirk with now success. I guess the guy at JT was correct. He did say that he could get me the 31 tooth for about $50 with shipping, but the wait would be long.
So, I'll go with the 32 and see how it works.