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Old 08-25-2012, 05:00 PM   #21
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i have RK kit, oem gearing.
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http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com/Detail.bok?no=6172

Just got this kit (-1, +2) and its bad . Also sprung the extra $50 for the DID ERV3 Gold chain (only problem is if you plan on self installing it, it has a rivet master link) otherwise any shop could do it. Found a guy in College Station to install all 3 for $75.
IMO this exact set up is the best on the market, and doesn't cost too much. You can't beat renthal sprockets with a DID ERV3 gold chain. And the -1/+2 adds some acceleration.
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Old 08-25-2012, 07:56 PM   #23
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DID ERV 3 gold chain is one of the best, aluminum Renthal sprockets look great but will wear out faster than steel sprockets. The gearing change will make a big difference for street use.
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DID ERV 3 gold chain is one of the best, aluminum Renthal sprockets look great but will wear out faster than steel sprockets. The gearing change will make a big difference for street use.
Bill, do you have a good deal on that setup for an '09 Yamaha R6? I'm wanting a 15/47 tooth count.
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Make sure you change sprockets and chain all together.
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Regina, RK and DID make quality chains and I too suggest replacing the old sprockets with steel sprockets. I also suggest a break-in period of 50-100 miles to let the new chain stretch as evenly as possible.

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Sunstar front sprocket, 15T steel. $20
Sunstar rear sprocket, 47T steel. $40
Did ERV 3 520 gold bad chain. $165

I could not find a kit available in the gearing sizes you requested, I would have to use individual items. I have the chain in stock but would have to order the sprockets. I used Sunstar as an example, I can get you a different brand if you like.
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