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Old 07-31-2006, 05:41 PM   #1
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929 chain help!

i gotta 929 and i got up 20 sprockets in the rear.....what kind of chain should i buy?how long?
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a 520 RK chain will work prolly..

u might even have to cut it a little...

try to fit ur old chain on it with ur rear wheel pushed back.. and see how much more u need..
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i wouldnt put a 520 chain on a big bike like a 929. especially not for stunting.

you have to match the pitch of the chain to the sprockets anyways.

my advice, stay with the stock pitch, and just get the longest chain available, probably 120 links. put your tire up forward on the swingarm (to allow stretching room. measure twice and cut once. done.

also. for that bike and use...use a rivet type link not a clip.

thats my $0.02

edit: FYI the stock chain pitch is 530, you can do a 520 conversion, but its only recommended for racers...your going to put a lot of torque on the chain, i would stay with the 530.
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wut he said...

stick with 530...
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well first off what size chain was yur sprocket made for question answered best bet is to go to a shop and have them cut it to lenth from a reel at least a 530 chain

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figure out what length the stock chain was by counting the links, and then add AT LEAST 20 more links to that. Seeing as your old chain was probably stretching already, you may need more than 20 links. I don't know stock chain length on a 929 off the top of my head, but ill look it up for you at work in the morning if you shoot me a PM and remind me. Got any pics of that big sprocket yet? sounds HUGE!!!
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ok so i now kno i need a 530 pitch an a 130 link chain...who around town has these in stock?lemme kno i will pick it up asap
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ok so i now kno i need a 530 pitch an a 130 link chain...who around town has these in stock?lemme kno i will pick it up asap
hit me or marcus brooks up we the chain and the tools
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I've got a 525 on my 929 (up 20/dwn.1). I stunt it a little. lol www.moto-heaven.com for a great setup! Tell Phil that PawPaw sent ya!
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I wouldnt trust a 525 setup if i was gonna do freeway stuff that gear ratio really puts alot of stress on the chain hate to see it snap has happend to me before

:err edit i thought you said 520
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i would stay with the 530 it is hevey but it strong
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I've been rockin a 525 setup for 4 years....absolutely no problems. Bottom line is , it's your . Set it up how you want. lol
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