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1" Falcon SPC Rear Drive Belt
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Goodyear 1" Falcon SPC Rear Drive Belt Goodyear's carbon fiber-reinforced engineered SPC Rear Drive Belt offers premium O.E. quality. 14mm pitch Made in the USA Note: Within the sizes listed ther...
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Gates Polychain 1-1/8" Final Drive Belts Replace your motorcycles worn final drive belt with a quality Gates Polychain belt. Made in the USA with intelligent design that decreases vibration comin...
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Chris Products PBI Offset Countershaft Sprocket CNC-machined from a premium nickel, chromoly steel (8620), case-hardened and finished with an electroless nickel plating for corrosion/wear resis...

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Silver (Anthem )

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Better than rivet

I admit I was nervous at first I'd ride slow and increment speed every day and check visually to make sure it was still in place without changes. It works exactly like advertised, I've ridden about 6000 miles worth matching EK chain and I seem to go up to 2000 miles between stretches, mostly commuting no racing or track but I ran as fast as 150 mpg in freeway where traffic and cops are absent. Great buy, so much easier to install and precise than using difficult tools to rivet. I will stick to this rivet and EK chains going forward. 84,000 in bike ride daily and have had several brands including RK, this is best since OEM Infiniti chain which lasted me 30,000 miles

Paul (Euharlee )

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15T front sprocket change on my 2007 Ninja 250

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 )

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52T rear sprocket on 2007 Ninja 250

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.

Brian (Indianapolis )

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Chain from the sprocket company? Makes sense!

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.

James (Allentown )

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02 954RR

Nice finish on the chain and sprochets. Wrong size rear sproket. 43 instead of a 42. Only a couple hundred miles on the new parts, that's why the low score on durability. Chain doesn't make any noise. Bike is really smooth now. Never realized how bad the old chain was. Original chain lasted 20,000, second chain lasted 26,000. we"ll have to wait and see with this one. The chain came with both types of master links. The old sprockets at 46,000 actually didn't look that worn. Could of still used then but put the new ones on. Feels like a new bike. Just use oil lubes on the chain, wipe off the extra. Oil every 400-600 miles and don't use the lubes that turn to grease. They just catch all the dirt and wear the chain out sooner.

Brian (Indianapolis )

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Nicely Made, Great Pricing, Gearing Options

Whether you want to go with stock gearing or move up or down a few teeth, it seems that JT sprockets have all the options covered at a great price, with fantastic quality and durability. They also publish the technical specs for their sprockets on their web site, which makes researching unusual applications much easier.

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