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Old 08-26-2013, 06:09 PM   #1
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Vortex Rear Sprocket Install with D.I.D. Chain.

"This shows a detailed-installation of a new 43-tooth rear sprocket for the Ninja 300 (ZX-3R) along with a D.I.D. rear-chain along with usage of a chain breaker/riveter tool. "


NOTE: This is not my video, but I found it very helpful!

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Cool! It's best to change both sprockets with a new chain.
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Cool! It's best to change both sprockets with a new chain.
Very much so, but I guess he didn't know that :P
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