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Chains? - February 16, 2011, 06:29 PM

Im on Bike Bandit.com and I am looking for chains. Im looking at Renthal 525 R4 Road SRS-Ring Chain. I dont really know much about chains, does anyone have any opinions or advice?
Also, how do I decide what pitch I need?
Any recomendations on chains?
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What kind of riding do you plan on doing?
Touring?
Commuting?
Track?


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What kind of riding do you plan on doing?
Touring?
Commuting?
Track?
Track and twisties, 211, 33. Trying to do more track this year though for sure.


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get DID they make the best chains scott...hit up kevin he can order them


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get DID they make the best chains scott...hit up kevin he can order them
Cool, Imma gonna need some money spark plugs too.


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Cool, Imma gonna need some money spark plugs too.
ngk iridium are


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Pit Bull 520 Chain & Sprocket Kit w/DID ERVIII Chain 06-07 Suz GSXR600/750 from SportbikeTrackGear.com
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Going -1 up front would be nice for track riding.
You'll find yourself tach'ing up much faster than before with a feeling of more torque (my preference is stock for street riding, but it's a quick change for tracking riding if you buy an extra sprocket later down the line).

+2 would hurt you if your going to Peru (lose of top-end), but may help with bringing your nose up faster.

These parts are cheap, so having one of each is always good for the spare parts bin.

+1 on the NGK Iridiuim plugs


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Pit Bull 520 Chain & Sprocket Kit w/DID ERVIII Chain 06-07 Suz GSXR600/750 from SportbikeTrackGear.com
Pit Bull 520 Chain & Sprocket Kit w/DID ERVIII Chain 06-07 Suzuki GSXR600/750

Going -1 up front would be nice for track riding.
You'll find yourself tach'ing up much faster than before with a feeling of more torque (my preference is stock for street riding, but it's a quick change for tracking riding if you buy an extra sprocket later down the line).

+2 would hurt you if your going to Peru (lose of top-end), but may help with bringing your nose up faster.

These parts are cheap, so having one of each is always good for the spare parts bin.

+1 on the NGK Iridiuim plugs
Ive already gone -1 up front and do love it. NGK is what I was thinking also.


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