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    Drop a tooth on the front sprocket. Most common Ducati mod after rowdy pipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllanB View Post
    Drop a tooth on the front sprocket. Most common Ducati mod after rowdy pipes
    No issues with the chain slapping the swingarm? Heard guys who have gone to the 14T on the front have that problem. Also the chain travelling around a smaller sprocket causes greater wear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlangMasterJ View Post
    No issues with the chain slapping the swingarm? Heard guys who have gone to the 14T on the front have that problem. Also the chain travelling around a smaller sprocket causes greater wear?
    It's a Ducati catalog option. The chain runs on a (some form of plastic) guide along the top and does not get near the alloy swingarm.

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    In a similar vein this is my latest addition to the shed. As mad as a box of frogs and about as much fun as you can have with your clothes on I reckon.
    Navy Boy

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllanB View Post
    It's a Ducati catalog option. The chain runs on a (some form of plastic) guide along the top and does not get near the alloy swingarm.
    Ooosh there we go.

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    In a similar vein this is my latest addition to the shed. As mad as a box of frogs and about as much fun as you can have with your clothes on I reckon.
    Very nice!

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