William (Wellsville )
Mark (Wild rose )
Don't buy this chain, haven't put 400 miles on it and already super loose and now just snapped off at a random link while I was on the highway. Yes it's cheap and a quick fix chain but don't buy if you ride a lot.
CJ (SEVIERVILLE )
Product works good but did not receive a c ring master link with order.
David (Youngstown )
The fit and style is show quality. As far as durability, im not sure why i read a review that said it didnt last long, 1300 miles. I have a 2006 Kawasaki ZX636R, and first purchased their 45T sprocket. Rode it for a year or so, 3k miles, and was perfectly fine and still is. Has tons of miles left on it. So satisfied, i ordered this 47T recently and have been clutching the shit out of it pulling the front end up. These sprockets are bad ass and durable. 6 stars out of 5 down the board. Only complaint i have is the 2 decals in the packages are slightly large and didnt fit easily on the fairings of my bike. They need to be SLIGHTLY smaller! Hahaha.
Troy (Downsville )
I've used other name brand chains and this Z-VMX is at the top of the heap. It will be the only chain for of my bikes from now own. This chain DOES require the correct riveting tool from DID. It is the 501-R. The 'R' designation is for the riveting pin that is needed to correctly stake the master-link pin.
Martin Green (Shelton )
The sprocket is made well and fit properly. Going with a larger front sprocket was a great idea. Before the bike was twitchy off the line, the gears were far too close and the hi-way meant that the revs were up about 5000. Now it is a much different ride and the hi-way revs are below 4000. The gas mileage has gone through the roof, I sometimes get gas just because it feels like I should.