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post #1 of 21 Old 03-01-2016, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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Lowest Price for Chain and Sprockets

Please add where to find the lowest prices on chain and sprockets to this thread. I can't buy them wholesale as cheap as some of these places sell them.

Feel free to include chain changing tools as well.

For example: D.I.D (DKS-005) 525VX Chain and 15/47T Sprocket Kit (Fits DL650) $126.96

http://www.amazon.com/D-I-D-DKS-005-...+and+sprockets

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Am in the middle of replacing my chain/sprockets right now. Have been getting my EK chains from eBay seller Moto-Heaven - $107.95 shipped for a steel finish 118 link 525MVXZ x-ring. Got my OEM Suzuki 15/47 tooth sprockets from SHSpowersports.com for $74.17 with free shipping.

Total was $182 which is the same price Blair at SV Racing charges but he sells sprockets which don't have the rubber dampener on the front and his chain is a lower-quality EK SRX2. I also got the peace of mind that I'm not supporting someone who steals other peoples product designs and lies about it.
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Does anyone know where I can find reasonably priced sprockets that will fit the 2012 Vee for the 16/43 conversion?
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Bump. See post above.

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STANDARD REPLACEMENT DRIVE CHAIN AND SPROCKET SETS OEM :: Sprockets :: Chains & Sprockets :: www.oneidasuzuki.com

$161.99 for Suzuki OEM chain and sprockets. I have yet to have an aftermarket chain be any quieter or last any longer than the original and at a price that just can't be beat IMO. Buy 2 or 3.
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Have a dl1000 2014 and want to change to a 16 tooth front sprocket, the total miles is 3,000. Do I need to do an entire chain/sprocket set or can I just get the sprocket for a OEM chain?
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You can go with just the counter sprocket. A lot of us have done this recently with our Vee2s including me. BTW, I like the 16T much better.
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See post #1 for best prices on Chain and sprockets.

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I just did a 530 upgrade on my DL1000, so I shopped around some.

$137 shipped for a premium 530 RK chain in 114 links is good if your running 17/43. Great for 530 conversions: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000WNROHW/...ing=UTF8&psc=1

Sprocket Center is about $215 for the premium EK mvxz 530 114 link and the superlight OEM type CS with a Sunstar 43T rear. Just look up the SV1000 on the site and the sprockets are all there. They offer JT sprockets and a VX chain for $175 shipped.

The OEM style counter sprocket with the rubber is $27 verses $16 for the regular JT. The rear is $44 if you stick with JT or $52 for the Sunstar. Those are the 530 or SV1000 sprocket prices.

The 525 chain kits with JT sprockets shipped to your door ready for install are $153 using the SRX-2 or DID VX, keep in mind thats a cut to the right size deal. About $165 for gold chain kits with JT sprockets.

SV1000 sprockets for the 530 chains: http://sprocketcenter.com/street-spr...ock-pitch.html

530 chains cut to order: http://sprocketcenter.com/motorcycle...530-pitch.html

525 kits for the stock bikes: http://sprocketcenter.com/street-spr...0-v-strom.html

I used sprocket center because the prices are competitive and they cut the chains too. I wanted to go with premium sprockets this time and a EK MVXZ chrome chain instead of my usual natural finish. If you get a clip or screw master link its a really easy way to shop for chains.

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