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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-09-2015, 02:55 PM Thread Starter
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Cheap Chain and sprocket set

Looking for a cheap chain and sprocket set. My chain is really bad and I cant get by anymore. I dont race but I am a hoodrat on the streets (blame South Dakota for having virtually no race tracks :( ) so I don't neef anything too fancy. Can anyone point me in the direction of what Im looking for? Chain and sprocket kit. Under $100 if possible.
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Haha if you think $100 is going to get you chain and sprockets you should think again. Even a decent chain and sprocket kit will run you about $150. Look up the DID chain and sprocket kit, that's the cheapest you're going to be able to get, it's about $150.
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Check out Motomummy. They have decent kits. I got the Driven sprockets -1/+2 and ek mvxz chain in 520. :-)

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Hey, I can dream haha. But alrighty. Anything decently priced works. Thanks guys
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motomummy.com has sets for a decent price but you WILL NOT find anything under a HUNDY.
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I have my old stock chain setup (sprockets and chain), I just replaced it because I went with -1/+2.
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I have an OEM set from a '12 with ~150 miles. It would be -1 in the rear, but will bolt up with no issue. You'd need to buy a new OEM master link. I bought one from Paulie at Honda East for $10.

$50 shipped in the US. PM if interested.

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