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    Any of the budget C&S sets any good?
    Can get a DID VX and sprockets for £80 on fleaBay which seems pretty reasonable. For a CBR600FX, so not exactly stressed.

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    Lot of fake DID chain out there. No real way to be sure except buying off a reputable seller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_morti View Post
    Lot of fake DID chain out there. No real way to be sure except buying off a reputable seller.
    Wouldnt touch did with a shity stick. Tsubaki for the win.

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    If the general view is lame then Iíll go for known outlet 👍🏻

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    Never had any problems with DID chains, M and P do them at reasonable prices
    I'll never use another Regina chain after one broke on my Husky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julian_Boolean View Post
    Never had any problems with DID chains, M and P do them at reasonable prices
    I'll never use another Regina chain after one broke on my Husky.
    I was looking at buying via the M&P eBay shop to be fair. I may take a punt and see how I get on.

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    I've never had issues with DID chains think I've had a few, but I'm not a massive adder of mileage.

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    M&P for DID is a good bet. Got my set from there for not much money and it is still in great condition. Not had to adjust it for over 5k (Thanks Tutoro oiler)

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    Always bought DID as i also use wemoto and they seemed the most cost effective for a kit at the time of ordering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Makman View Post
    M&P for DID is a good bet. Got my set from there for not much money and it is still in great condition. Not had to adjust it for over 5k (Thanks Tutoro oiler)
    I didn't adjust my chain on any of my previous GSXRs, before 5,000 miles. No oiler on board, but dozens of trackdays. I reckon they're overrated

    Snake (chain) oil ?

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