You may want to actually look at new sprockets before making that determination, especially the front. You will have accelerated wear and maybe/probably some vibration using the old sprockets. If the rear looks decent, do flip it. The front has got to be toast, despite looking "OK".
I had to use old sprockets/new chain on a trip. The chain was done at 4k miles. That was mostly spirited mountain riding, though. As a comparison, the same DID xring chain mounted with new sprockets is still in excellent shape at 18k miles, with a lot of spirited riding, also. (This poor bike)
As always, YMMV.
And do not use a clip on master link, DAMHIK,IJK.
Yeah, if you want true ram air tuning, you better be willing to ram some air! (SteveinSunnyFlorida)
'99 Concours(with 234,xxx miles on it), sold
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And most of Canada too, eh?