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HI guys
could any one tell me were to buy front and
rear sprocket for the TNT.my local dealer quoted me $400 just
for the rear,:doh: he's a bit quiry on that and will look into it.
is there any web sites to look at and order from.
thanks guys..:)
 

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yo

Chaingang in OZ do rear sprockets for the tornado and tnt, but not fronts, however apparently a MV Agusta F4 front fits straight on and so to do certain Ducati sprockets, although they need some of the metal machined off the inner side so they line up properly, ducati front sprocket is a lot more cheaper, check out Errols / Eugenia's web page for Duke part # etc
 

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Thanks Engenia i'll let you know if
i go the ducati one.
i've seen maniac motor have front and rear but are they good
quality..:rolleyes:
by the way do you need a PCIII if you put a DNA filter or any filter
in ya bike.or you just need to get it tuned or on a dyno..:confused:
stuffed if i know.
 

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I've got Chaingang sprockets on my Falco. They work very well and make me go fasssssttttt ! :)

Price was reasonable too and they paint the rear in a variety of colours to suite.

ciao
Derek
 

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Oh and BTW,

I asked A1 about PCIII's and they said don't do it because it just complicates things. Wandering around the net today I came across Tuneboy which actually reprograms the CPU and has just updated to be able to do TNT's. Perhaps they might be a better choice. They have a comparision between Tuneboy and PCIII on their site which (Strange enough :) ) favours Tuneboy.
 
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