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2006 Suzuki SV650S Chain/Sprocket Kits

2006 Suzuki SV650S
Front Tire:
120/60-17
Rear Tire:
160/60-17
Spark Plug:
CR8E
Battery:
YTX12-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
525x108
Front Sprocket:
15T
Rear Sprocket:
44T
Front Brake Pads:
Disc
Oil Filter:
KN-138
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Doug (Portland )

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Rivet type requires quad stake tool

The rivet type requires a quad stake tool, not the standard riveting tool used for hollow nose rivets. Also, as a previous reviewer mentioned, the WPS chain comes with a clip style master link. Might be a good choice if you have the more expensive tool or if a local shop will rivet it for you.

Cam (Chicago )

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Needs spacer on FZ1

Nice sprocket, good for going from 190/50 to 180/55 tire on Fz1. Didn't line up right - needs a spacer or something so it doesn't damage the chain.

K.C. (Midlothian )

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These work real good on street bikes too

Ya all around quality chain i have KTM RC390 & DUKE390 these small street bikes really benefit from this kind of high quality light weight standard style (meaning theirs no rubber O-Rings)chain 1.89lbs less slinging weight on your bike than the original chain. Oil every 70-100 miles with your used synthedic mixed with a little gearlube and it'll last long.

Mark (afton )

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chain

After spending extra on gas and not getting the correct chain from my local Honda dealer and hacking to many links from the mfg chain I called you guys and with in 5 Min's I had 1 ordered with the correct amount of links and it was a breeze to install and my bike feels tight on take off and not sloppy . thanks again .

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