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Here it is, I installed my Supersprox and new chain on my bike.
19k miles and that oem chain was asking for mercy.
The supersprox chain ring is lighter only by a few ounces.
The aftermarket front sprocket is not like the oem rubber coated part.
It sounds and buzzes very nicely, or should I say it whirs? I don't know but it sounds cool.
Now when I ride I won't be concerned about flying chain links.
 

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that is an attractive rear sprocket. not that it matters much, but any guess how much lighter the whole setup is compared to stock? how much did that set you back?
 

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I hope it wasn't just a cosmetic upgrade. It does look nice though.
I dont have a precise number in weight reduction,,, a few ounces at most.
$222 bucks delivered.
 

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I just replaced my chain and sprockets with a 520 conversion kit. I had heard people say they got improved MPG and I am experiencing that same thing.

I know some will not believe, but I did about 240 miles Sunday and averaged 57.84 MPG. These are the same roads I always ride and I typically get 49-51 MPG.

Not sure why this happens, just that it is happening and I like it.;D
 

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I picked it up at sprocketcenter
That's actually a stock 525 118 link chain.
There are 520 sets available also.
 

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I have the same setup on my SV, and gonna put the same setup on my KTM too. Those STEALTH sprockets are great! Look awesome, and last longer than aluminum, but a big lighter than steel. Perfect combo.
 
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