Little bit of work involved sizing the chain to your bike. With tools it's easily done though. Looks great and comes thoroughly greased (be prepared to clean grease off your bike after the first ride). Durability remains to be seen, but looks good so far.
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priced well, great performance/durability.
Awesome chain I have had a good amount of ride and very little adjustment of the chain
have run the protaper in the past they are extremely durable and stretch very little
The chain hasn't stretched much at all... came well greased... I actually removed most of it before placing on the bike... didn't want grease flying all over my fresh rebuild... but that being said it is holding up nicely after 1.5 hour enduro with sand and mud.... the chain hasn't stretched much at all... so I'm happy with that... wish the supersprox aluminum sprocket was doing the same...
Took out for a couple of high torque weekend rides. Adjusted once and lube as necessary has been good since. 03CRF450r
Easy to install, and duribility is awesome! I put it on just before a six hour team race, and after the race there was hardly any stretch. My bike ended up getting used for most of the race also. Very happy!!!
I've had this chain on my 2003 ltz400 for 4 races, and all kinds of other riding, ive only had to adjust my chain once since ive gotten it.
i purchased this pro-taper chain with turner front and rear sprocket, the hardened steel ones. the setup has lasted me a little over two years now and has only been adjusted a handful of times. it stays quiet and never left me on the side of the trail, track or cliff wall!
i ride a 450 and my riding style would be considered aggressive and i have nearly 25 years riding experience.
This is a great chain. The only downer was the chain did come cut to stock length. I had to buy a chain breaker and do it myself. If I would have purchased at a local shop they would have cut it for free. Dont understand why they ask for make and model of bike if they are not going to cut the chain.