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Item #HCM0001

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West Virginia
Hotcams chain timing chain

Factory spec gear at a really great price

Whitecone, Az
2003 Suzuki LTZ 400

Bought this to replace a totally stretched out chain on a none running LTZ400. Fits perfect amd hasn't slipped or stretched out too early. I'd buy another one on my next chain.

Motodad Verified Purchaser Top 50 Contributor
Texas, USA
Staying in TIME

Yamaha 5 valve heads are hard on the OEM timing chain! this timing chain is a serious upgrade from OEM!

MrSomebody Verified Purchaser
Western Colorado

Being not terribly familiar with 4 strokes, I was pretty worried about putting this in. I'm glad I did. It was considerably shorter than my stock one - not a fault of the product, but an indication that my original had stretched considerably. It isn't easy on the YZ426 but there are plenty of youtube videos and forum posts you can reference.

If you haven't ever changed one, I suggest doing it. A stretched chain can cause power loss and difficult starting. It fires up in one or two kicks now, which is very unlike the infamous 426.

motodadjlg Verified Purchaser
Great chain

made my rmz 450 easy to start again as it took up the slack a lot more quiet too great fit like all there products

2 Questions
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Location: Western Cape, South Africa
Q: Will this chain work on my honda cbr 600 rr 2004?
12 days ago
Location: Ohio
Q: Does this cam chain come with a master link, if not is it possible to find one that does, thanks?
Over 3 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This would be a complete cam chain, it would not have a masterlink. Other than some older model KTM's I would not know of any other cam chains that would use a masterlink.
Top 100 Contributor Top 250 Contributor Top 50 Contributor
1 year ago Location: Texas, USA
A: in a high performance application there is no master link in a timing chain. Removal of the flywheel make the installation a snap!
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