comes with everything needed to remove old chain and install this one. Great price too. Cheapest I found online for my ZX6R. Would definitely recommend
Okay, so I've done so much research on chain and sprockets, all over the web. My objective was to lower the engine rpm at cruising speed, by changing the tooth ratio. The stock setup on my'07 cbr600rr is 16/42, front/rear. After thorough research, I've come to the conclusion that I needed to convert to a 520 chain to maximise my sprocket tooth count options. The best I could find was a 17/40 setup. There is hardly a noticeable difference in acceleration and cruising speed engine rpm. However, there is a small improvement in the rideability and smoothness of the drivetrain. It may be that I had a old chain with slack and binding, and so a brand new chain makes a difference in smoothness. The bike's got 19k miles. Also, compared to the old steel chain and sprockets, the black anodized sprockets and gold chain gives it a nice upgrade in the appearance department. I bought a Stockton chain tool on sale for $40 at a local bike accessory shop. One thing I'll do next time around is to measure the width of the other chain links so I stop the riveting process when I reach the same width as the test of the links. Overall, I'm happy with the looks and performance. I've only put a couple hundred miles so I can't really speak of the durability or longevity, but visually, the product looks high quality and my expectations are high.
Fast free delivery. They even included both style master links.