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post #1 of 34 Old 08-31-2011, 10:39 PM Thread Starter
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Question 16 tooth with rubber

anyone know what 16 tooth sprocket with the rubber on it can use on my 2011 z1000? thanks
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From a poster on another board - Kawasaki P/N: 13144-1320 - SPROCKET-OUTPUT,16T

It's the OE part used on the 2003-2006 z1000.

I've got a JT 16 tooth sprocket on my Ninja and it works fine without the rubber damper. It's just slightly louder.
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From a poster on another board - Kawasaki P/N: 13144-1320 - SPROCKET-OUTPUT,16T

It's the OE part used on the 2003-2006 z1000.

I've got a JT 16 tooth sprocket on my Ninja and it works fine without the rubber damper. It's just slightly louder.
I have a parts unlimited one without the rubber, and can't tell the difference at all.

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I have a parts unlimited one without the rubber, and can't tell the difference at all.
Without the rubber, you'll know the difference in 9 months.

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Without the rubber, you'll know the difference in 9 months.
thats a good one
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From a poster on another board - Kawasaki P/N: 13144-1320 - SPROCKET-OUTPUT,16T

It's the OE part used on the 2003-2006 z1000.

I've got a JT 16 tooth sprocket on my Ninja and it works fine without the rubber damper. It's just slightly louder.
Did you have to re-calibrate your speedometer
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Without the rubber, you'll know the difference in 9 months.
I see we have a clever one here..... Thats hilarious!

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Did you have to re-calibrate your speedometer
The speedo was off before the change. Now it reads properly and the odo is off.


I have no clue why Kawasaki decided to not make them both read the same.
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The speedo was off before the change. Now it reads properly and the odo is off.


I have no clue why Kawasaki decided to not make them both read the same.
Jsharp,how do you know the speedo was off before you changed the c.s.?...did you use a GPS to find the accurate speed of bike??
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Jsharp,how do you know the speedo was off before you changed the c.s.?...did you use a GPS to find the accurate speed of bike??
Checked it with mile markers and then with my GPS. Over 6% error to the high side. 60MPH indicated was more like 56MPH actual. It's now dead on after going to the 16T front which was just over a 6% gearing change.
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