Hey, well I said in my other thread that I was going to buy that TM Kit for my 450, but at 165+Shipping, it's really out of my price range, my stock chain guide and slider are in good shape, my swingarm had a little wear on it from chain slap, so I did this fix: I spread silicone on swingarm, under where the slider goes, not much, just a good amount to keep the slap from hitting the arm, maybe 1 or 2 mm of silicone. Then I siliconed around the edges which also "shot" more silicone under the slider I would guess, it's just like caulking a bathroom. My Dad just remodeled our bathrooms, and he had some extra silicone left over, thats why I tackled this project. I didn't add foam, or metal plate like some of you have, just stright silicone, and I didnt punch bigger holes or anything with sockets for the screws, I made sure the screws can screw all the way into the swingarm without coming untight, which they can, and it looks really sharp for my first time ever using caulk gun. I also noticed Yamaha slacked off when adding silicone around wires that go into the crankcase, so I added a bit more, some of you may got a lot on your bikes, but I noticed some of mine was peeling off and there wasnt much... Pictures: I also had questions about my sprockets, I was wondering if my stock sprockets are still in good enough shape so I don't have to buy sprockets AND a new chain...take a look please: Sorry for the LONG thread agian, seems everytime I start one there long!