Thanks for the info Patrique. I was considering just changing the cmshaft sprocket on my K12. How did you find out about the revised profiles? This from Motorworks
A kit comprising the timing chain, the crank and camshaft sprockets.
Please note: this kit applies only to bikes produced before 11/2006.
Bikes produced from 11/2006 use the following;
11317707207 Timing chain
11317701209 Camshaft sprocket
There is no separate crankshaft sprocket available for bikes produced after 11/2006.
It looks like they use the same crankshaft sprocket
Is the new crankshaft sprocket easy enough to get off and back on? One consideration that has me a bit concerned is when the timing marks are aligned with the top of the cylinder head, how is the chain fitted to ensure that it is tensioned on the non tensioned side and that as well the teeth on the sprocket align with a gap in the chain and not a pin. Thanks for your assistance.
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Last edited by Capt howdy; Mar 29th, 2020 at 6:12 pm.