right now looking at the Vortex 520 steel rear or the Vortex CAT 5
Check out their website: D.I.D. Racing Chains & DirtStar® Rims there is all info about whether there should be clip or rivet with chain.I like the DID kits personally. Good price and has everything you need. Sometimes you don't know if you are getting rivet or clip though. I am hoping they list the 2013+ by the time I need one.
I only mentioned it because when you order from Amazon, you may not get what you think you are supposed to. It was random for a few of us ordering kits for the 650.Check out their website: D.I.D. Racing Chains & DirtStar® Rims there is all info about whether there should be clip or rivet with chain.
yes ur front sprocket is extremely hard to get broke loose,its suppose to be set 92 fpt.i used a 16 inch torque wrench,with a bar in the rim resting on the swingarm to stop it from spinning.and had the brake held down with it in gear and and buddy sitting on the bike and i still pick the ass end up with him on it.the best way i found to do it is either get u a strong breaker bar with a cheater pipe which thats what i did and i still almost didnt get it off.i would use a impact wrench with atleast 400 fpt on it.Can anyone tell me if it is normal for the front sprocket nut to be insanely tight? The service manual says to "apply rear brake pressure" while loosening it. It's so tight the brake slips. It's not reverse threaded is it?