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Scotty
21-04-2009, 09:55 PM
I need the part number for a 2009 XB1200 engine sprocket and primary chain, i would also like to know how many teeth are on the sprocket.
Thanks in advance.

patrick
22-04-2009, 10:24 AM
Go on the buell club web site,someone will know they are helpful go loads of info and advice on there for my Tuber Buell. :60277EB7B04744289C0
The UK Buell Enthusiasts Group On line. (http://www.ukbeg.com)

Scotty
22-04-2009, 11:35 PM
Thanks for the info folks :wink:

grbrown
23-04-2009, 12:25 AM
I'm intrigued to know why you want to know these! Surely your bike is under warranty and anything that needs to be done to it will be covered?

Scotty
23-04-2009, 01:42 AM
I'm intrigued to know why you want to know these! Surely your bike is under warranty and anything that needs to be done to it will be covered?

I'm gonna change the gearing to the same set up in the primary as the XB1200, the XR has been geared for the track they tested it on, its doing 4500 at 80.
What I'm doing will drop it to 4000 that will take it to somewhere between a Euro spec XL and the XR which should suit me better.
Maybe i wont like it but i can always change back, its only 90 mins or so to swap em round, you never know until you have a go :D

Their are a lot of things that I'm gonna do with the motor, so this is just the start of whats gonna be done.

The only other thing i can pick on with the stock XR are the rear shock, they are crap, again set up for a smooth track, they have absolutly no rebound damping.

Other than that i love the bike, its the most fun I've had on a Harley in 22 years.
I like riding quick and i like twisty roads, the softail with what i have done to it is quick but as you will no doubt know it aint so cleaver on the twisties :D

Scotty
23-04-2009, 11:30 PM
go to the tech thread , look at the ECM spy link to see the bits you can tinker with in the ecm , as long as its a pre 07 model :D
It aint a Buell mate, its an XR 1200 they have the same motor more or less. I wanted the part number for the engine sprocket and the primary chain, I've got them now but thanks for the interest.
The later ECU doest fall into the ECU spy category

nutah
29-04-2009, 09:02 PM
XR 1200 :D nice bike :party43:

Scotty
29-04-2009, 10:54 PM
Its a lot of fun thats for sure :D