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AFAM, Renthal, Sprocket Specialists and ESJOT don't make a 44t rear sprocket in steel for the ST's.

Anyone know who does?
 

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I believe that SS will make a 44T sprocket for you based on previous discussions with them.

Also, the consensus here seems to be that either a 41 or 42 tooth setup provides the best combination. If the end ratio provided by a 44T is necessary, you may need to go with a smaller countershaft sprocket, and the largest SS catalog part.

But do telephone the SS people and ask them directly.





JohnBoy said:
AFAM, Renthal, Sprocket Specialists and ESJOT don't make a 44t rear sprocket in steel for the ST's.

Anyone know who does?
 

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JohnBoy said:
AFAM, Renthal, Sprocket Specialists and ESJOT don't make a 44t rear sprocket in steel for the ST's.

Anyone know who does?
You did not state which ST model you have. I use a 42T rear sprocket on my 04-ST4s and it works great at cruising around 4,000-4,500 rpm in 6th gear at freeway speeds or 4,000 rpm in 1st gear at 25-30 mph in town.
 

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I have an '01 ST2 which was stock at 15/42. This was quite a bit too tall (as are most all of the stock ratios).

I went to a 14/42 which seemed just a tad too much. I want to go back to the 15t front and the next gear ratio down would be the 15/44, which IMHO would be the ideal ratio of my ST2.

Look like I'll go 15/43.
 

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JohnBoy said:
I have an '01 ST2 which was stock at 15/42. This was quite a bit too tall (as are most all of the stock ratios).
I had 14/41 on my 01-ST4 which worked out well.
 
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