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Dan_187

Where can i get a good chain/sproket kit

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I've been using the Regina ORN6 as recommended from here and its been really good. now i want to replace it and Motosport doesn't have the renthal twinring with the regina chain. they dont carry this chain anymore.

where can i find a kit with this chain in it. They do have DID chains, are their o ring ones as good as the reginas??

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ThumperTalk sells the ORN6 under the MSR label. They don't have "kits" per se, but that allows you to order any two sprockets you might like along with your chain.

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I'm running the DID ERV3 chain with Ironman sprockets, as with any new chain I had to adjust it/tighten it after the first few hours of runtime but it's all good now (26.3 hours of MX use).

So far I'm a happy camper.

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thx for the replies fellas.

is a DID o ring on par with the orn6?? what about renthals r3 o ring?

I have really good luck with my current setup so i dont want to deviate too far from the mark

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The R3 chain IS an ORN6, it just costs 20% more because it was relabeled.

There are several different DID O-ring and X-ring chains. The ERV3 that people are so hot for is a chain made for big road bikes, has way more tensile strength than necessary, and costs at least 30% more than an ORN6. DID has other chains at strength levels closer to the ORN6, but I don't know how they hold up from a wear resistance standpoint, or how their cost compares.

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bto sports sells sprocket and chain packages for a good price, enter the code matthes for another 15% off.

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Rocky mountain sells kits, I get the primary drive o-ring with steel sprockets, I dont notice the weight difference and they last forever, and obviously you cant beat the price.

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