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    2004 Kawasaki Ninja 500R Chain/Sprocket Kits

    2004 Kawasaki Ninja 500R
    Tire Size:
    Front: 110/70-17, Rear: 130/70-17
    Spark Plug:
    D9EA
    Battery:
    YB14LA2
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x104
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 16T, Rear: 42T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-204
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    O-Ring OEM Chain and Sprocket Kits
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    RK O-Ring OEM Chain and Sprocket Kits Matching the factory specs of your street bike, the RK O-Ring OEM Chain and Sprocket Kits take out the guess work and simply put you back onto the road with minim
    Regina
    OEM Chain and Sprocket Kits
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    Regina OEM Chain and Sprocket Kits Take the guess work out of gearing changes. The Regina OEM Chain and Sprocket Kit comes with everything you need for quick and simple installation onto your bike. In

    Latest Reviews

    Jamesw (Brunswick, GA)

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    Perfect as expected

    This part was replaced to match the J.T. rear sprocket. It is of high quality and is machined for a perfect fit. I am very pleased with my new rear ratio.

    James (Brunswick, GA)

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    Great Part

    This sprocket was a perfect fit, and has a good appearance. It gave me more bottom end which I was looking for. This already renowned part is everything it is advertised to be.

    Marc-Andre (Blainville, QC)

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    Recommend

    Stronger chain than stock, good results

    It was time to change my rusted stock chain that was worn out and about to break. The new one, rated for ~8,000 lbs, is way stronger than my previous chain ~6,000 lbs. Seem promising, after 250km of hard riding, it didn't stretch at all! Also, I bought a longer chain because the correct one was out of stock. It was cheaper and fairly easy to adjust myself. Adjustment and installation was easy with the proper chain riveting tool. I ride a Kawasaki Ninja 250R 2012.

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