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The BAKER 630-67K Compensator Kit features improved function, quieter operation, and extended durability over the stock factory configuration. These improvements were achieved by merging the tried-n-true pre-2007 cam lobe geometry with a patent pending circular oil trough that channels primary lubricant into the cam lobe region.
If you have any issues deriving from your stock comp sprocket, or merely need to replace your original comp sprocket, this is the way to go. It has been no secret that there has been a serious issue with the factory comp sprockets. With poor lubrication and the spring pack failures, many have had to live with that annoying metal-on-metal CLUNK. We have engineered the solution that takes care of these issues and gives you peace of mind with quieter function and improved lubrication.
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For 2007 to 2010 Big Twin: The customer will need a HD rotor to install the BAKER compensating sprocket. For a 2006 Dyna, the customer will need a HD rotor and stator. For 2011 Big Twin models, if the stock spring cup is welded onto the stock rotor, a new HD rotor will be needed in order to install the BAKER compensating sprocket. HD rotors and stators are available for purchase from BAKER Drivetrain or your local HD dealer.
This compensator sprocket is limited to 130hp.
Inspect the inside of the outer primary for a plastic oil deflector or casted in oil deflector. The plastic deflector needs to be removed for adequate clearance for the BAKER Compensator Sprocket Kit. If the deflector is casted into the inner primary; this area needs to be ground out using a small air die grinder or equivalent for proper clearance.
For 2007 to 2010 Big Twin: The customer will need a HD rotor to install the BAKER compensating sprocket. For a 2006 Dyna, the customer will need a HD rotor and stator. For 2011 Big Twin models, if the stock spring cup is welded onto the stock rotor, a new HD rotor will be needed in order to install the BAKER compensating sprocket. HD rotors and stators are available for purchase from BAKER Drivetrain or your local HD dealer. For further questions, please contact us through the website chat, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us Monday-Friday 8AM-7PM EST/EDT at 517-339-3835.
It took me awhile to do this review and I know there is a new and improved model of this sprocket now. I didn't think you could make a better one than the one I put in but sounds like you did. If its half as good as its predecessor you have a winner! Thanks, Earl
I purchased a compensator sprocket directly from Baker Drivetrain from Haslett, MI on 5/12/2017. I recently took it apart to repair an inner primary bearing which had gone bad. Upon inspection of the compensator sprocket, I noticed it was badly pitted on the flat surface that rides on the motor extension shaft. Both parts were badly pitted. I called Baker Drivetrain and spoke with Linda. I told her what happened. She said she would check into it and see if Baker would warranty it. Baker said no, its over two years old. These parts have a little over 16,000 miles on them. I heard they used too soft of materials on these parts and that's why this happened. The newer ones are now made of harder material to cure this problem. Why didn't they have a recall on these earlier sprockets when they discovered the problem? They boast of their products being such good quality, yet mine was one that wasn't. What am I suppose to do now? I paid $499.00 at the time of purchase. Very unfair. Dissatisfied customer.
Missed a whole summer of riding to get the best replacement available. Shifting much smoother, more quiet, and the “rattle is gone!” Nothing visibly worn when tearing down. Had to be the springs in factory compensator. Baker fixes this issue.
Not a single complaint with the compensator or manual tensioners I have used. But expect a couple month wait to receive them.
No problem so far