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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 01:45 AM Thread Starter
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03 rr chain specs

Anyone got a 03 600rr service manual and can u give me the drove chain specs...it would really be helping me out
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What specs are you looking for? Like torque values or what


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Chain slack is 25-35mm.Did=DID525HV-112YB RK=RK525ROZ1-112LJFZ
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Is it a bad idea to replace only the chain? I want stock gearing and the teeth on my sprocket look okay?

I want a new chain (12k miles, didn't lube the old one often enough) and was just wondering if ordering a chain by itself was a bad idea.
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There's nothing wrong with that at all. Those OEM sprockets will last a long, long time.
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Is it a bad idea to replace only the chain? I want stock gearing and the teeth on my sprocket look okay?

I want a new chain (12k miles, didn't lube the old one often enough) and was just wondering if ordering a chain by itself was a bad idea.
It is best to replace chain and sprockets as they wear together...
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