I got the DID... Its the best deal.
So is this one good?eBay
Look for a DID or EK chain and sprockets kit and you will be happy with the price and product.
Both are steel. Sprockets are made by JT. I have the same combo and its perfect so far.Post the link. Does it say anywhee in the description what brand the sprockets are? Aluminum/steel?
I've had good luck with aluminum sprockets as has a friend of mine. As a matter of fact, his D.I.D. chain needs replaced right now with roughly 3k miles on it and his vortex aluminum sprocket is still looking good (he's a stickler for maintenance as well). I usually run Sunstar sprockets on everything (dirt/street) anyways so I have no experience with JT.^ I have dozens of aluminum rears in the trash and displayed on the wall that haven't made 8000 miles of street use, many haven't even seen 5000 miles
And JT sprockets are below average, I see 25% better life out of just about anyone else's steel sprockets (especially the fronts) plus the JT's are not exactly round either, if you put a dial gauge on the rear you will likely see a big swing~ at least the few I checked were that way.
I think somewhere I had posted a pic f a JT sprocket set at 10k that had good chain maintnenance
Ok, will look into those sprockets then!I guess I'm just too damn hard to please, I don't like either kit, In fact I can never find a kit I do like.
I end up buying my chains & sprockets separately, just to get exactly what I want. It's the OCD.
Go with the best X ring chain (EK, makes the best) you can afford, & light weight steel sprocket's. Sunstar, Renthal, or Superlite.
I'm located in Southern CaliforniaYeah, get it from motomummy. Idk where you live, but nothing has ever taken more than 2 days when I buy from them.
~jokingly~....nope that is not far enough..........go lean further!!P.s I just went to "the snake" today on my first canyon ride and dropped my chicken strip to this. Is this good? Don't really know where the strip should end?