Jeff (Citrus Heights )
Exactly what I needed and ordered. Received as quickly as projected. Always been happy with the company's pricing and timely delivers.
John (Kingaroy )
Have just fitted the chain to my Period 4 Post Classic Road Race Honda powered Side Car. The first outing on it is this coming Saturday. I am looking forward to it. I bought the chain, riveted links ( as spares )and the same brand chain breaker/riveter tool. So far everything fitted well and worked well. Curious as to how much the chain will stretch. Having stated that however, I have heard very good reports regarding this chain and I am pleased with how well the chain breaker/riveter tool works.
Paul (Euharlee )
Came nicely packaged. Really nice install and fitment. I paired this with a 42T rear sprocket and got nearly a 1,000 RPM drop in 6th. Hills may require a downshift now, but the engine handles the highway speeds much better without feeling like its going to explode. Same manufacture as the OE sprocket on my bike, so I would assume it will last quite a while as long as you maintain your chain every 300 miles.
Paul (Euharlee )
Came nicely packaged, and was a direct fit with zero issues on install. I paired this with the 15T front sprocket and am very pleased with my new cruising RPM's. Now the bike feels "ok" at highway speeds vs the previous high RPM struggle. Almost a 1,000 RPM drop in 6th. 6th gear going up a hill may require a down shift now to keep speed, but the pros far outweigh the cons for this change.
Don (Vallejo )
Nice finish,much lighter than stock. I went up two teeth from for more acceleration, this did the trick.
Brian (Indianapolis )
Sunstar makes some of the highest-quality sprockets around, so it only makes sense they would start making chain. The price was quite reasonable, and it hasn't needed adjustment in the first couple thousand miles. Overall durability, of course, is still unknown, but I'm expecting high quality and long life based on experience with Sunstar's sprockets. The only nit is that the master link didn't come with a packet of grease for installation. I also didn't find any specifications for the width of the finished link or how wide the pin heads should be after riveting. No big deal if you have any experience installing chains, but install specs would be nice.