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post #1 of 18 Old 08-12-2007, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
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DID ERVIII or EK SRX

Which chain do you guys think would be best for an 06 ZX-10R. I am gonna be doing the 520 conversion soon and would like some opinions. Thanks!
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post #2 of 18 Old 08-12-2007, 09:15 AM
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whats the dif? i just won a bid on ebay for an EK Quadra X Ring 520 SRX Chain

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Is the DID a stronger chain? I did notice that the DID is more expensive.
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I got 10k miles out of my chain and I cleaned it probably 3 x in that 10k miles.

0510R PCIII dyno tuned 520 X -1+2 sprockets. slip on and a few other Knick Knacks filter plugs emissions dyno tune. And 20,000 miles of learning on this one anyways.
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on kawi site you can RK GXW 520 chain in green!
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is it a good idea to run a 520 chain with the power these bikes make?? i was told no way to do a 520 chain, i'd go through it in 5k mi the guy said. any body run it for long mileage?? i do ride on the track a bit, and i'm kinda ham-fisted with the throttle, so i dont wanna rip up my chain!!!
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Like the green chains on the bikes, EK has a 525 green.


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I got 10k miles out of my chain and I cleaned it probably 3 x in that 10k miles.
Which chain were you using?
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most good aftermarket 520 chains have a higher tensile strength than the stock 525

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