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Sunstar 525 RDG Dualguard Sealed Chain

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Sunstar's heavy duty, street motorcycle chain model is the RDG series (RDG = Road Dual Guard) for 520, 525 and 530 applications. It uses Sunstar's DualGuard sealed ring street bike chain technology where the sealing ring has an 'X' shape - meaning there are two sealing points and two lubrication pools versus the one-sided, single-lip design of a standard O-ring. This sealed ring design type dramatically improves lubricity in high heat conditions while providing lower friction and longer chain life - and it is available for just about every street motorcycle on today's market. It comes in the natural color option and uses a strong rivet-type connecting link. For a higher performance road chain at a non-premium price, the Sunstar RDG answers the bell and is great for everything from everyday commuting to closed course riding.

  • Features Sunstar's DG-ring (DualGuard) design for better performance and durability.
  • Great choice for any type of street use; perfect choice for high-performance riding but at a non-premium price.
  • Only available in a Natural finish.
  • Average tensile strength of 8,850 pounds.
  • Maximum rated displacement (street / off-road): 900cc / 750cc.
  • Weight (per 100 links): 4.30 pounds.
  • Includes rivet-style master link.
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Very Impressed

I had only one adjustment after the intial stretch. I am impressed and will be buy again and again !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Indiana, USA
Works perfect!

Great chain. Looks great. I like the silver look. Well lubricated prior to shipping. Ready to install and ride.

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Robert 2 years 7 months ago Location: Chicago, IL, USA
How do you adjust a sealed chain.?
I bought a 525 RDG chain and the chain is too long by about 6 links. Are there ways to remove links?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Most chains are sold in bulk length and will need to be shortened in most cases. There are specific chains breakers to accomplish this. There are other ways of shortening a chain but using the correct tool is the recommended way.
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