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    Belt resource 1125R/CR

    What is the belt resource on 1125?
    Belt will withstand active track riding - switching up and down without clutch, active engine braking, hard gas opening at 100%?
    Or I need replace stock belt drive on a chain kit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zviadi View Post
    What is the belt resource on 1125?
    Belt will withstand active track riding - switching up and down without clutch, active engine braking, hard gas opening at 100%?
    Or I need replace stock belt drive on a chain kit?
    https://st-paul-harley-davidson-buell.myshopify.com/

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    My question in the mileage of the belt during track riding - how many miles will it survive?
    Or will it be torn all the time and it makes sense to look chain conversion kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zviadi View Post
    My question in the mileage of the belt during track riding - how many miles will it survive?
    Or will it be torn all the time and it makes sense to look chain conversion kit.
    It will out last a chain , but with a chain you can change ur gearing.

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    Changing gear ratios doesn't interest me, I like to ride stock gearing.
    I read reviews that often break belts after weelly. In Russia has little more 1125 R/CR than EBR 1190))
    Ask no one. A lot of prejudice to motorcycles from Europe or USA. Only Jap-bike are respected here.

    There is an option to buy 1125 cheap. I drive aggressively and don't want the belt to get used to the consumables, which must be changed every 1000 miles...

    Otherwise I will have to buy Speed Triple 1050. It is half as expensive.
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    Buy a new belt and have No worries.

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    Knowing your history zviadi, you'l kill much more than just belts on it:) Put a new one on it and save the old one as a spare. Rip it and don't worry about it.

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    Thanks for answers. I will think about the expediency of acquiring the 1125. I drove it, compared to EBR1190, it is much calmer.
    In fact, active riding quickly kills any bikes. My friends kill new S1000RR engines for 5000-7000 km track riding.
    New owner of my EBR promised pics of my destroyed engine. If you send pics to me, I will post them later in the appropriate thread.
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