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Yeah i searched..but "the words 520 1 and 2 are too short and werent included in your search"

i wanna go -1 and +2 which is a 15 tooth front sprocket and 47 tooth rear. 2007 r6 correct?

i want to order both sprockets, chain, and rivet tool to install the chain...tonight

price limit $300

ive been looking at these kits http://www.motomummy.com/store/home.php?cat=270

as long as the weight isnt more than stock...i dont want a sprocket to last 5k miles then need replacement

tips pllleeeaassseee on which set to order??

fast street and a few trackdays...
 

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i went with http://www.sumofallparts.net/ .... the cheapest price i could find,. it was quality and options... def would recomend.. i used them on the past 3 bikes i have owned!!!!
 

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^^^ I wouldnt order anything from knee draggers. I have had bad experiences with them, and I have heard several others say the same. Get a good quality kit from Motomummy
 

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The most important thing with a chain kit is hard anodized sprockets and a high end chain so it lasts. Doesn't cost much more but will last MUCH longer then the cheaper kits. All of ours are hard anodized and the best chains from each manufacturer. Not sure about other dealers. I know vortex is one sprocket brand that doesn't hard anodized, they ptfe (teflon) coat it instead. We have been running driven sprockets with the ek mvxz 520 chain on our shop bike 1000cc gsxr k7 and w/o issue. The ek mvxz is the strongest 520 chain on the market as well...
 
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