Looks nice but does not include all parts of the slider system, a little bit of a struggle to install but got everything on except the slider where the linkage is in the way.
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Everything bolted up Nice and Easy. However I did notice there was a Rub on the Chain Guide to inside of Rear sprocket. I filed it a little. Went out for Moto practice, came in noticed it was wearing on inside of New Sunstar sprocket. Got Dremel out took a little more off now all is Fine. I don't know why it was rubbing. Possible Sunstar Rear sprocket is slightly thicker than Stock KTM ??? Also I really like the Bottom replaceable part on Guide.
This set is superbly constructed and is in several striking colors. I chose the orange to go with my KTM. What really impressed me about this is the ease in which it goes on, didn't even need to break the chain. This set is a must for any dirt bike that needs a quality, good looking Chain Guide Set.
very strong and durable sliders. had to modify the bolt holes but got them on
I noticed unusual wear on the outside edge of chain and determined existing chain guide was worn out. Installed orange colored version on my son's KTM 250SX used for woods racing. Chain slop was gone instantly and no more pre-mature wear on chain. Like the ability to replace lower insert at very low cost.
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Question asked by MadtownCRF
Question:Q: Guide Block Noise looks a little off axisQuestion asked Over 4 years agoIm a big consumer of Acerbis products and preferred this kit of the others like it. After install everything looks good. But at test ride i noticed a lot of new noise. Put the bike up on a stand and found the noise was coming from the chain entering the guide block. Instead of the chain sliding even with the guide block... it appears kind off axis and the chain is bouncing a little on entrance into the block. I had my bike saved and the site gave the green light for the fit. New chain, sprockets, and slide kit were all installed by a motocross mechanic and set to spec. Is this guide block noise and chain behavior normal and does this guide block need to be broken in for this to ride smoother???
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: They do break in a bit, once it is grooved the noise will not be as noticeable. When the bike is up on the stand and the swingarm is fully extended the chain is going to drag more. Please give us a call at 888-676-8853