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Virago 250 Front and rear sprocket upgrades

This is a discussion on Virago 250 Front and rear sprocket upgrades within the Yamaha forums, part of the Manufacturers category; On my 2012 VStar 250 with 130 miles on I went with the 17-40 combo. Here in the central Ky ...


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Old 12-29-2012   #21
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On my 2012 VStar 250 with 130 miles on I went with the 17-40 combo. Here in the central Ky hills it working out great. Its really cool to do much riding now, but I did about 50 miles after the change in hills,rural roads and state roads. Very little difference in my torque and power on the hills. On the state highways I could run with the flow of traffic alot easier at less rpm's. Used the starfire sprockets from Jawzys (listed on ebay). The connector link for the stock D.I.D. 520 chain is (Bikemaster #195202 clip type. The trany is much more functional now with each gear more pronounced. It is now the BIG 250.
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