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LighTech Replacement Lever LighTech Replacement Lever ironmin - Portland, OR, USA This will fit "May rumor floating around that you will need a LighTech perch for this half-lever. However, you only need the LighTech lever which can fit inside your OEM (Aprilia) clutch perch - which has the cable adjuster. The attachment for the half-lever is 7mm which is smaller than the standard Brembo 8mm half lever so unfortunately Brembo replacement levers cannot be used."
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FMF Factory 4.1 RCT Slip-On Exhaust FMF Factory 4.1 RCT Slip-On Exhaust Motobro124 - Houston, TX Aweome pipe "I was running a yoshi previously and wanted to try something new. Nice quality, easy install (my Yoshi had to be slightly modified), made in the USA, great power gains, and killer looks.... what else can you ask for?!"
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Dirt Bike Chains and Sprockets

A worn out drive train on your dirt bike not only affects performance but can be dangerous. If the chain snaps while riding not only does your Moto or riding day end but, though it's rare, the it can whip you in the back so perform a visual inspection of the chain and sprockets before every ride.

When changing we recommend replacing the chain and sprockets at the same time regardless of wear. That's why we sell so many kits to give you options but help save money at the same time. Sometimes however you need a replacement part so if that's the case you can grab a sprocket or new chain individually. Additionally, drive parts also consist of chain guides, rollers and rub plates among other components.

Whether you're looking to replace worn out chain and sprockets or want to upgrade from stock, MotoSport stocks the necessary drive parts to get the most out of your dirt bike. We are The Guys That Ride so call us at 888-676-8853 for questions or advice. Also, check out The Ultimate Dirt Bike Sprocket & Gearing Guide for information on when to change the sprockets and chain as well as suggestions on the number of sprocket teeth you should ride based on desired bottom end or top end speed.