These are some great chains that hold up very well
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bought this chain to go on my ixcr series race bike. fits great, easy to break links out and appears to be really strong. took the bike out to test this past weekend and found little of any chain stretch. highly recommend for woods racers and gncc types.
Great product fast delivery ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Really good non o ring chain stays tight super durable
Got it quickly and very satisfied
This is a great replacement for the stock chain and sprockets
I am a Renthal chain fan. Best chain out there. I've never had one break.
Ive have this chain on my kx450f to my wifes KX85 and my race quads. Very reliable. Love the gold look!
After trying several brands of chains about 4 years ago, started running the R1, and found out they outperformed any of the others that I had tried. Even on a 250 4-stroke ridden very hard on motocross tracks, the chains stretch very little and lasts for many hours of riding. I generally have to adjust only once or twice after first installing, and then it seems like I don't have to re-adjust forever.
Chain wear is best measured by using a chain tool and measuring the elongation or amount of “stretch” over 16 pins, each chain has a maximum allowable measurement before needing replacement and below is the information.
Here’s the length on the R1 520, 259mm or 10.197 inches.
Don't try to push the pin back in, it's not worth it when that pin slips back out and you end up in the hospital. Take a close look at those pins and you will see that they are slightly mushroomed on each end to hold them in place. If you try to push it back in you won't be able to re-create that factory made mushroom. Bite the bullet and buy a new chain.
The stock length should be 114 links, but you may have to count the links if you've changed your gearing any to get a solid answer.