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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 11-24-2018, 02:02 AM   #11
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Bearing in mind the MT wheel is unlikely to line up exactly in the middle with perfect chain line, you may even be glad of the extra couple of milimetres.

Or may be able to add a couple spacers under the rear sprocket to make them meet.
This is my first “big” project so there are lots of new things for me, a good way to learn.

As far as I’m aware, to have an offsetted front sprocket, it needs to be custom made because the thicker sprocket will also cover the threads of the shaft. So probably it needs to have a hollow shape.

But I don’t want to make any more plans in advance. After I get my hands on the rim (the shipping tracket tells me it reached my city) I’ll do the measurements and I’ll see what needs to be done. Also, rear drum brake will be replaced by disc brake, that is another story.
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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 11-24-2018, 02:33 AM   #12
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Looks like you have a nut rather than a bolt. Will depend how many threads the nut goes over, I guess.

I'm think it'll be easier to get that rear sprocket on than mill a front sprocket. Plus that gets you the thicker OEM sized chain. That being said, it's only a 16hp 250cc, 428 would probably be fine.

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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 11-24-2018, 03:45 AM   #13
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Looks like you have a nut rather than a bolt. Will depend how many threads the nut goes over, I guess.

I'm think it'll be easier to get that rear sprocket on than mill a front sprocket. Plus that gets you the thicker OEM sized chain. That being said, it's only a 16hp 250cc, 428 would probably be fine.
Indeed, the Volty 250 has a nut and not a bolt as other brands. That being said, I’m glad that there are alternatives and ways of doing this swap. Thank you all!
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