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How long has it been since you changed your motorcycle chain & sprockets? Are the teeth looking excessively pointy? Is your chain binding up and making your bike buck, even slightly? A worn out chain and/or sprockets isn't only an annoyance, it can be downright dangerous. A chain could snap or a sprocket could strip, causing a heck of a mess that you could avoid by doing a timely replacement. The other benefit is that you can change your ratios around, favoring a higher top speed or giving your bike a little more pick up out of the corners! If you're looking for an excellent replacement, you really don't need to look further than our selection of Vortex Chain & Sprocket Kits. They include front & rear sprockets and an RK chain or DID chain, which you can upgrade to a stronger spec 525 or 530 setup if you'd like something a little stronger.
Wanting to play with your gearing a bit? We also have the AFAM 520 Quick Acceleration chain & Sprocket kit that has one less tooth up front and one added on the rear. What this means is that your bike will accelerate quicker, but lose a negligable amount of top speed, which is a trade-off that most of us will never notice.
Just looking for a sprocket or a chain?
We've got that handled as well. A huge selections of the toughest chains from companies like RK and DID are available for you, and some come in a rainbow of colors, like the EK Chains 525 MVXZ. We also have any kind of Master Link you may need, which is an excellent thing to keep in your bag when you're out for a ride, especially for as inexpensive as they are.
If you need some replacement sprocket bolts to go with them, look no further than the Pro-Bolt Sprocket Nut Kit, available in 5 colors to suit your style!
We also have Graves Shark Guards and Woodcraft Shark Guards that prevent your foot getting caught in between the chain & rear sprocket while you're riding, which is the reason these guards are now standard issue in most racing series. At righ