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2006 Suzuki SV650S Chain/Sprocket Kits

2006 Suzuki SV650S
Tire Size:
Front: 120/60-17, Rear: 160/60-17
Spark Plug:
CR8E
Battery:
YTX12-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
525x108
Stock Gearing:
Front: 15T, Rear: 44T
Oil Filter:
KN-138
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Quick Acceleration Chain Kits
$174.95 - $188.95
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RK Quick Acceleration Chain Kits RK chain and sprocket kits are matched and balanced for maximum performance and durability that are unmatched by separate components Each kit includes the correct gra

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John (Milan, TN)

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Great replacement sprocket.

I'm very happy with the quality and price of JT Sprockets. Works great!

Toshi S. (Huntington Beach, CA)

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Feels great

I had to replace the chain on my '04 Ninja 250. Since this would be my 1st time since I bought the bike, I decided to change both sprockets as well. I went 15 in front, 45 in back - provides a good balance for in-town and freeway use. This sprocket fit perfectly, and feels very well-made; I expect it to show little sign of wear by the time this new chain wears out.

Randy (Irrigon, OR)

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these chains suck

I figured I'd buy two of these chains for a little more than a good one. BIG, BIG MISTAKE!!! I ride a 09 KLR650. I rode 800 miles and adjusted the tension on this damn chain at least 6 times. I moved the rear axle back 5/8ths of an inch. 5/8ths of an inch for gods sake!!!! That's 1 1/4 inches I had just put a new front sprocket on too. Now I have to replace both sprockets and the chain. These chains suck on duel sport bikes!

Rick (Adelaide, 0)

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Really glad I got this chain. Over 15,000 miles and still going on my Yamaha FZ6. I lube it every 400 miles or so with Maxima Chain Wax and it has not let me down. It has only needed adjustment once in nearly 15,000 miles!

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