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Yana Shiki LRC Billet Swingarm Extension

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Yana Shiki LRC Billet Swingarm Extension

Product Description

  • Get the same look and style as replacing the swingarm without the costly modification by installing the Yana Shiki LRC Swingarm Extension.
  • The Yana Shiki Swingarm Extension provides a 4-6 inch stretch by simply installing these into your motorcycle's chain block slot.
  • Solid 100% billet aluminum gives the Yana Shiki Swingarm Extension a sturdy extension and the LRC Components engraving adds custom looks to your motorcycle.
  • Yana Shiki includes a brake bracket with the LRC swingarm extension on some models.
  • Note: most applications will require a longer chain and brake line with the use of the LRC swingarm extension.
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Location: Danville, VA
Great Product!

Ordered these for my 07 zx6r and they have done awesome since i put them on and definately made the bike look so much better! Excellent Product!

Yana Shiki LRC Billet Swingarm Extension
Location: des moines, ia
Great item

Just a great quality and nice product top of the line.

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tiger Location: houma
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Curt 1 month 19 days ago
What size chain do i need to adjust the extentions all the way back to 6".?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 month 10 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
It would really depend on the bike and the size of the sprockets on the bike but generally 6" swingarm extensions would require a 140 to 160 link chain.
JesseSosebee 3 months 11 days ago Location: Winter Park, FL, USA
I need a part for my LRC extensions.?
I recently purchased a 2000 R6 in pieces. Part of the deal was a set of LRC Billet swingarm extensions. I am missing the little piece that allows you relocate the brake caliper mount further back on the swingarm. Is it possible to purchase just this piece? I imagine it would look like th elittle piece in the top of this picture and possibly some hardware. Thank you,
Expert MotoSport Staff
3 months 5 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
We actually only sell the kits with the extensions and brackets/mounting hardware together. For separate replacement items like the brake relocation bracket I would recommend contacting Yana-Shiki directly:
Jade 3 months 18 days ago Location: Czech Republic
Hi, is this extension includes 2 pieces ( for both sides ) ?..Thank you?
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 17 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, This would include extensions for both sides of the swingarm.
tiger Over 5 months ago Location: houma
I know this might sound stupid but does this stretch come with both sides or is this the price for just one side?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
When you purchase this kit, it does come with an extension for each side.
Lukeyboy6516 Over 12 months ago
Does this extention kit come with the brake mount ?
MotoSport Staff
Over 12 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
On models that require a brake mount it will be included. Not included will be the longer brake line and chain required to fit this product.
Helsknight Over 4 years ago Location: Minnesota
Would I need a wider tire and rim if the extenders are installed?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
babyjohn Over 4 years ago
I have a 07 yamaha r6s. if i buy your swingarm extension how long should i buy my chain to fit it?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
It's also going to depend on what gearing you are wanting to run. If you call in over the phone one of our sales guys should be able to take care of you.
babyjohn Over 4 years ago
How many chain links should i go with?
i have a 2007 yamaha r6s
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
The stock # of links on your bike is 116. We sell chains in 2 lengths 120 links and 140 links. I'd suggest getting the 140 and cutting to fit.
zx10chewy Over 4 years ago Location: Seattle, Washington
How do I get the wheel to come back the full 6 inches without the back brake falling off the new mounting block?
When I try to bring the wheel back the full 6 inches the back brake falls off the new mounting block for the brake? how do I get the full 6 inches like said, and still keep the back brake working properly??
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
We are going to need a little more info to help you out. If you would contact me with your name, #, order # and email address I'll have someone get back to you. call 888-676-8853 ext 5761
Over 4 years ago Location: Seattle, Washington
I posted this Question, and I'll now have the answer...Yana Shiki gave a small amount of wrong parts to people that have ordered the 4-6 inch swingarm extensions, I called them directly and the over nighted the new part...I am once again a happy customer!!!! :)
Drag2Death Over 4 years ago
How many link chain do i need to run the extension?
i ride a 02 R1 with stock sprokets...unsure of how many teeth
Top 10 Contributor
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland
I would go with at least a 140 link chain.
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