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Hello all! I just bought my new 2004 Honda CBR600RR, and i have a question for you guys, ALL OPINIONS WELCOME! So here is the problem, i know my chain is crap because every time I tighten it, it gets loose again. Right now it came with a different sprocket in back for faster acceleration which I don't like, I don't weigh much, so that makes the bike wheelie really easily. Do you guys know of any good chain and sprocket kits that won't break my bank? I found one by D.I.D. and it's $150 or so, it's an x link chain with the oem sprockets which is what I want, let me know what chain and sprockets you guys think are the best! Thanks!

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Full Jardine exhaust
Track suspension with gas chamber
HID headlights
Smaller rear sprocket
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Hello all! I just bought my new 2004 Honda CBR600RR, and i have a question for you guys, ALL OPINIONS WELCOME! So here is the problem, i know my chain is crap because every time I tighten it, it gets loose again. Right now it came with a different sprocket in back for faster acceleration which I don't like, I don't weigh much, so that makes the bike wheelie really easily. Do you guys know of any good chain and sprocket kits that won't break my bank? I found one by D.I.D. and it's $150 or so, it's an x link chain with the oem sprockets which is what I want, let me know what chain and sprockets you guys think are the best! Thanks!
Try with D.I.D zvmx 525 heavy duty chain&sprocket kit. Good quality, long lasting (50 000 km) but costs around 200$. I have it and totally worths it




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I was looking for a change myself. After a discussion with a close friend and mechanic I will be andding a tooth in the front (17T). Still not sure which one yet because i want to go wuth a colored chain. I will also add a Motion Pro Revolver Variable Rate Throttle Kit. Hopefully this will give me a higher torque curve with a snappier throttle.

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I can do much lower than that on some quality sprockets and an x-ring chain. I'll PM you.

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Hello all! I just bought my new 2004 Honda CBR600RR, and i have a question for you guys, ALL OPINIONS WELCOME! So here is the problem, i know my chain is crap because every time I tighten it, it gets loose again. Right now it came with a different sprocket in back for faster acceleration which I don't like, I don't weigh much, so that makes the bike wheelie really easily. Do you guys know of any good chain and sprocket kits that won't break my bank? I found one by D.I.D. and it's $150 or so, it's an x link chain with the oem sprockets which is what I want, let me know what chain and sprockets you guys think are the best! Thanks!

2004 Honda CBR600RR
Power Commander III
Full Jardine exhaust
Track suspension with gas chamber
HID headlights
Smaller rear sprocket
Go read around on motomummy.com, for whatever reason they seem to be the go-to for chains and sprockets. Good information on their website too.
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