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Does anyone know where to get them from, apart from the usual places, no one has got them listed, also what size is the chain?
 
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Gnome posted a site in holland afew days ago which does carbon,panels etc they also list a good range of sprockets.
 
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I,m confused, the benelli tech manual say,s that the rear sprocket has 41 teeth but my bike has 36 , suggestions anyone?:\
 
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Chain & sprockets

The Tornado has 41 (steel on the TRE and alloy on the RS), the TNT has 36. Our demo TNT now uses an alloy RS sprocket...... heaps more wheelies :D
 
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Re: Chain & sprockets

Johnny O, does the bigger sprocket make the speedo in accurate and can you tell me what size the chain is -ie 520 / 525?
 
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chains and sprockets

johnny o,
i want to lower the gearing on my tornado,i find 6th gear is like an overdrive.also most of the time i have my girlfriend on the back.would you reccomend a 42 or 43 tooth sprocket and can your firm supply?
how has the tnts top speed been affected by such a big jump in the rear sprocket?i have a tnt as well.
hector...
i have my seats back now.they look great.
both bikes are now covered in charcoal alcantara,and on the tnt i have the diamond shaped bits in red leather
to compliment the red bike.
regards zebo.
 
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chain

The chain on the TNT & Tornado's is 525, with the Tornado I suggest going to 15/43, all Benelli stockist should have the sprockets, they've been available from Benelli Sport for a couple of years now.
 
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seats and chains

hector,
the seat people are hm foam in calne,wilts.tel.01249 816686.
they charged me £100 per bike.
they did a very good job.
cheers.
zebo.
 
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