Chains and Sprockets

 

 

 

520 Chain and Sprockets

Cycle X 520 Chain and Sprocket Conversion Kit #1

Once again, this conversion kit is for people that are trying to extract every bit of acceleration possible from their Honda project.
Tests show that 3 horsepower can be lost using "O" ring chains.
This kit offers a non-o ring chain (budget non-O ring version)
Rear sprocket is 46 Tooth.
CS-010                       $139.95

Cycle X Rear Sprockets are now Chrome

 

Number of teeth in the front sprocket (17 or 19) is your choice.

NOTE: Will not fit DOHC's.

Choose # of Teeth

 



520 Chain 46 Tooth Rear Sprocket

CS-016     $75.00


 

 

Cycle X 520 Front Sprocket Only

This front sprocket for a 520 chain comes in your choice of 17 or 19 teeth.


CS-0000                   $39.00

Choose # of Teeth

Cycle X 520 Front and Rear Sprocket Kit

This kit comes with your choice of a 17 tooth or 19 tooth front sprocket and a 46 tooth chrome rear sprocket for a 520 chain. Allows your choice of which 520 chain you would like to run.

CS-012     $99.95

Choose # of Teeth

520 Front Rear Combo!

 

 

530 Chain and Sprockets

Shift Into Overdrive
This 37 tooth rear sprocket allows you to use fifth gear like a overdrive.
We use them all the time, but our motors run good.

 $49.95        CS-001

 


Honda to Harley Sprocket
Many custom people are using HD rear wheels on Honda's. Most HD sprockets are only available in 45, 46, 48 and 51 tooth. This will make your Honda rev to high with a 16 inch wheel. We have these chrome 43 tooth sprockets for your consideration.

$61.00 ea.       CS-002

18 Tooth 530 Front Sprocket

$19.95   sprkt-18

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

19 Tooth Front Sprocket

Industry first.
Honda cb750 19 tooth front sprocket.
Currently the largest front sprocket available is 18 tooth.
Why 19 tooth?
Some people use Harley wheels on their custom projects. Harley sprockets generally use 48-51 teeth which makes Honda rev a bit on the highway. 19 tooth front sprockets will cure this ratio problem.
Also, these sprockets were developed for our Honda trikes for the above mentioned ratio fix.
Best part, they're inexpensive!

Fits your 530 chain, years 69'-78'.

Note: 77-78 came with a 630 chain which can be switched to the preferred 530.

CS-005      $39.95

 

Offset 530 Sprockets

OFFSET Sprocket for Honda CB750's
Cycle X
has developed an off-set sprocket to help with wide tire applications. 
18 tooth sprocket.
3/8's off-set.
530 chains.
Heat treated.
.090 wider spline for more output shaft support.
69-78 Honda CB's.
Chain clearance has always been an issue Honda customs. Many people have shifted motors to the left, shifted wheels to the right, welded spacers and sprockets together to achieve chain clearance.
We have helped the custom world with the first production off-set sprocket for Honda 750's.

$69.95 | CS-006

 

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OEM Adjustable Camshaft Sprockets

We all know why adjustable camshaft sprockets are used in the high performance world. But, stock motor configuration motors can benefit from these also. Have you ever tried to line up the camshaft marks after any sort of motor work or checking a few things? The marks usually never line up perfectly because of many reasons. One of the main reasons on a stock motor with any miles is cam chain stretch. The cam chain is like a rear chain. It stretches. So, install these modified poor man's adjustable OEM cam chain sprockets and realign your cam timing or install your performance cam.

 

CS-017A     $39.95

OEM Adjustable Camshaft Sprocket Combo

Our adjustable camshaft sprocket also comes with a set of shouldered bolts to compliment.

 

CS-017B     $49.95

 

 

 

530 O Ring Chain

Here's the deal about chains, After you set up your rear fender just right and there is a perfect gap  between the rear wheel and fender your chain stretches and there goes your perfect gap. These are the chains we use because they have 9,100 pounds of tensile strength (They do not stretch). 120 links.

This is the same tensile strength recommended for 1200cc bikes.

$89.00        CS-003
 

Rear Chain Tensioner

Ever watch a bikes chain while its driving down the road? Ever notice those chain marks on the bottom of  your expensive oil tank? Ever get tired of adjusting your chain and there is a gap in your fender location?  We love these super high level chain tensioners because they will eliminate chain whip, chain noise, vibration, reduce chain and sprocket wear.  Sealed bearings and chrome plates.
Note:
Because choppers have longer chains, these chain tensioners, we feel, are a must! Highly recommended on our boxer and pro street (cry baby) frames.

$79.00        CS-004

Sprocket Bolts

Colors: Gold, Orange, Red or Blue
CS-014B  $15.95

Choose your Color (Red is temporarily unavailable)

Color

Picture #1 (Top row, left)
Photo shows early & late Honda sprocket carriers. 
Left is 69-76. Right is 77-78.
You will notice in 77-78 Honda pushed the sprocket outwards for bigger OEM tires. The 77-78 carrier was needed for wider tires (until now) and spacers were sometimes still needed when going to 180/200mm tires. 
You will notice that Honda carriers have a machined area that the sprocket fits over (pencil is pointing). Some people have installed washers over the studs to gain more clearance allowing the sprocket to sometimes fall off the machined area and only relaying on the studs for alignment and support. (not good)

Picture #2 (Top row, center)
Photo shows an early carrier with our 10mm off-set sprocket installed. By using a early carrier and our 10mm off-set you will not need to search for a 77-78 carrier. This set up is generally good for 140, 150, 160mm tire sizes. (Many variables, lacing procedures, tire manufactures' size fluctuations, etc.)

Picture #3 (Top row, right)
This photo shows a 77-78 (late) carrier with our 10mm off-set sprocket. This combination is generally good for 180, 200mm tires (Many variables again)
Note: During the lacing process, a rim can be pulled to the right for added clearance.

Picture #4 (Bottom row, left)
This photo shows a 69-76 (early) carrier with our 20mm off-set sprocket . This combination is generally good for 180, 200mm tires.

Picture #5 (Bottom row, right)
This photo will help you identify if you have a 69-76 or 77-78 carrier.
Left carrier (early) has a 26mm height. Right carrier (late) has a 36mm height.


Note: We have given you some general information and starting points to help with your wide tire custom Honda. Our front and rear off-set sprockets are only a starting point due to the many variables when building customs. 

 

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