Originally Posted by Spud Rider
Yes, but the space between the countershaft splines is not a straight ramp. The space between the countershaft splines is actually machined upwards in an arc, and terminates in a scallop.
Therefore, I always recommend the PBI/Moose Racing, XR650R C/S sprockets. I do so because I don't want people to have to expend the effort to pound and grind away at the sprockets, while receiving either negligible, or zero benefits from the exercise.
In looking at the PBI web site they only list the XR650R sprocket for 2000-2009. My XRL is a 1997. Do I need to be year specific or will any year XRR C/S sprocket work on my older XRL?
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