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Hey Guys and Ladies
In your opinion what is the best "Make" chain there is ?
I've found that the dealers all say that the one they sell
is the best.
Which is bullshit cause the one they make the most profit from
is the best for them
Just want to get some sort of feel for what you would buy again
and which make you would stay clear of

thanks mfzx6r
 

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Ive used RK for years. Seem to get 15-20k every time with proper maintanence.


98 6R. TBR slip-on. No poser add-ons..
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That would look cool with the green chain and sprocket. Post a pic if you do it I was thinking of doing the same after I change to braided brake lines (thinking about going green with those too).

If anyone can recommend a kit of braided lines that are good let me know - my local bike shop were talking about taking my standard ones off and sending them away to be used as a pattern. Obviously I am not keen to be without the bike for even three days. Gotta get ma daily fix.

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All the guys I ride with swear by the DID X-ring chain. Great performance out of 'em from what they say.

Ken - Yellow '02 R
 

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You will be happy with a premium ring chain and rivet master link from any of the top manufacturers—DID, Regina, RK, and Tsubaki.

A new chain wears quickly on older sprockets. If you replace the chain, replace the sprockets also. I like the DID 520ERV2 chain on AFAM sprockets.
 
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