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Regina Chains Representing the 600rr

Actually a few days ago. I was installing a nice chain and sprockets set on a ducati and I saw one on the box, and there is a sweet looking track 03-04 cbr600rr on the box. Good looking out regina. I haven't thrown it away because the box is too freaking cool, So it's sitting next to my tool box still...

This box has the same type of image, but this one is about 5 times smaller. It's almost cool enough with a good enough print that I want to cut it out and put it in a cheap frame or something. Btw I've only had one regina chain on one of my own bikes, the kits are pretty nice.


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Very nice! You must have a thing for boxes just like I do :) jk

It looks very poster-like, get it copied and printed into a big poster or something and boom it goes on the wall.
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Regina makes/made top quality bicycle chains......

I remember a Titanium bicycle chain (Regina only maker) I saw/held at a $$ bike shop.

Blew my mind at how light it was.

25+ yrs ago it cost about $500....
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A titanium chain is awesome, but $500 is nuts.
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I guess if you are getting the BST CF wheels and Ceramic Brake upgrade the "Titanium chain option" would be a no brainer?

one thing i have never seen is Ti sprockets?
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Probably because they supply the chains to ten kate Honda... cool box

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[SIZE=1]Tripage IT and Plate Bracket, TST Turn Signals, GB Case Covers, Captive Rear Spacers, Driven 520 -1 +2 steel sprocket kit, Spiegler Steel Brake Lines, Front Fork Revalve, Stomp Grips, Speedodrd, Dunlop Q3's, HRC Rear Brake Res, Woocraft Frame sliders, Shorty levers, 90 Degree Valve Stems, EK 520 Black/Gold Chain, Tekarbon Chain Guard, Engine Swap, Brembo RCS, Evotech Front Brake Res, SBS Sintered Race pads, Healtech Quick Shifter, Vortex Rearsets, and Trackdays!
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I guess if you are getting the BST CF wheels and Ceramic Brake upgrade the "Titanium chain option" would be a no brainer?

one thing i have never seen is Ti sprockets?
Aluminum is lighter than ti, so it'd be counter productive to make rear sprockets in ti

You can get ti front sprockets though
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