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Regina OEM Chain and Sprocket Kit for DL650 V-Strom 04-06

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    Regina OEM Chain and Sprocket Kit for DL650 V-Strom 04-06

    * Picture is only a representation. Actual product may vary
    * Front sprocket, rear sprocket and a precut chain make a convenient kit for the dealer or consumer
    * Sprockets are made of high-quality steel and have OEM gearing
    * Chain is Regina's high-performance Z-ring series with gold outer plates and Z40 sealing rings, which dramatically improves performance and wear life; includes rivet-type masterlinks
    * Chain Type: 525ZRT
    * Front/Rear Tooth Size: 15/47

    • Product ID: 33889
    • Manufacturer: Regina
    • Manufacturer Part#: 7ZRE/116KSU031
    • Sold As: KT
    • Fits
      • Suzuki DL650 V-Strom 2004
      • Suzuki DL650 V-Strom 2005
      • Suzuki DL650 V-Strom 2006
    • Condition: New, unless otherwise noted.
    • SoloMotoParts.com is an authorized Regina dealer

    Customer Reviews About This Item

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      Kim N. on 10/15/2010
      Pros: Product arrived within the specified time and is working great!
      Cons: None
      Thomas S. on 03/28/2009
      Pros: This is a great price for a plug-and-play stock sprocket and chain replacement. I'm impressed with the quality of the Regina chain.
      Joseph K. on 08/15/2011
      Pros: Good fit for my 06 cbr600f4i. I've had the chain kit for about one month and put about 1000 miles on it, everything looks great so far. Installation was easy. I used the clip but riveting is an option if you have the tools
      Cons: With oe sprockets the chain tensioner is just in the range of showing a good chain(close to reading the chain as worn) maybe it's one link to long? Regardless there's still plenty of tensioning space to tighten it more down the road

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