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    Able to run a euro 3 crank in a ebe50 engine

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    made the mistake of ordering the wrong crank - the mounting of primary gear is on a taper with euro 3 and parallel with euro 2 - would I be able to just use a tapered primary gear from euro 3 bike (an not using rev counter ) or does anyone dimentions of primary gear for euro 3
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    You can still send it back to the shop where you bought.
    Its too much wrenching to get it done. Easier to get the proper crank

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    Cool

    I'd say that maybe instead of the wrong crank, maybe you went to the wrong forum. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToraTora View Post
    I'd say that maybe instead of the wrong crank, maybe you went to the wrong forum. :P
    Isnt it easier to get the proper crank? its quiet hard to get the primary drive gears, or its just hard to get here in Hungary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaldis12 View Post
    Isnt it easier to get the proper crank? its quiet hard to get the primary drive gears, or its just hard to get here in Hungary?
    If you read the page I linked it explains the situation. It looks more like he got a Senda crank, than a Euro3 crank. As for the gear yes they can be difficult, and sometimes expensive to source, but most of the available performance cranks for the Euro2 are built with a taper. Doppler does make a shelf crank. I have one of those, but all of the other performance cranks that I have bought have had the taper—so I had to source the gears. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Ooo now that makes way more sense

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    I have managed to source a primary drive gear- I was tempted to grind out the gear I currently had to match the taper, and build up the part where it needed with a compound - I do have a number of options- send the crank back isn’t not an option- I’m in New Zealand and it came from maxiscoot,
    thanks tora for the link to gpr camp forum - have just spent ages looking at all the cool stuff on there,
    when I get it running I’ll put a dyno chart up
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    Hello again
    if someone could point me in the direction or a senda primary euro2 gets that would be great
    the one I found was euro3 -
    is there a page of all the aftermarket sellers - maxiscoot comes up straight away - have not been impressed with their customer service - who else has good customer service , I’ve been using tiben Motorsport and having very good service from them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultralightweigh View Post
    Hello again
    if someone could point me in the direction or a senda primary euro2 gets that would be great
    the one I found was euro3 -
    is there a page of all the aftermarket sellers - maxiscoot comes up straight away - have not been impressed with their customer service - who else has good customer service , I’ve been using tiben Motorsport and having very good service from them
    Use the part number I posted on GPR Camp. That will get you the correct gear. AF-1 can order it for you. Just takes a little while is all. If you have an Aprilia dealer in New Zealand they could probably order it too.

    Most of the stuff I get from Maxi these days goes through Treats (I get a lot of my parts from Treats). EasyParts has fantastic customer service. And of course there’s a page on where to get stuff on GPR Camp.

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    Thanks so much tora

    have ordered a tapered bore gear

    ill be spending a lot lot more time on the gpr forum,

    thanks again

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    You are most welcome. Happy to be of assistance.

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