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    If your rear sprocket has a rubber cushion drive then there might be some extra play in there as a result of worn out rubbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrialsRider View Post
    If your rear sprocket has a rubber cushion drive then there might be some extra play in there as a result of worn out rubbers.
    I was actually thinking it was likely the cush drive. I will have to pull it apart and make sure. Lucky for me I know some people at the local Kawasaki dealer (the rims are from an 03' ZX9).
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    Rip it apart, goop it up with a bunch of silicone, let it dry and go ride some more.
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    Saw a video on youtube where a guy used some old bicycle tube rubber to tighten the space in the cush drive, not sure how well that would work or for how long.

    I was planning on buying a budget set of sprockets and chain, but after having misfire issues on my truck with some budget coil packs... I think I'll be buying better quality stuff from now on. Especially on something that I will definitely never take over any posted speed limits *wink wink nudge nudge eh? say no more *
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    Frotsy morning today. 35 F before I got on the bike and started riding. Pleasantly surprised that it started up easy and after about 15 seconds of choke idled just dandy on its own.
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