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what is a good kit to get? I want to keep my gearing stock. Also what is a good tool to install the master link? thanks
 

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I would just pice it together.

For a chain get a gold RK GB520EXW chain. It has a tensel strength of 8500, and has better sealing rings than the standard x ring chain. It comes with a clip style master link. I run this chain both on my banshee and raptor in my signature.

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...6&navTitle=Drive&webCatId=9&prodFamilyId=3591

For the front sprocket get a good one. Dont cheap out with a 5-10 dollar front one. It takes the most abuse and a good one should be run.

SuperSprox or a Renthal.
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...&navTitle=Drive&webCatId=9&prodFamilyId=23006

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...4&navTitle=Drive&webCatId=9&prodFamilyId=5928

The rear sprocket isnt as critical because it has more teeth and takes way less abuse. Just make sure you run a steel one. Aluminum will not last verry long and they are quite a bit more expensive.
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...4&navTitle=Drive&webCatId=9&prodFamilyId=2192
 

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I would just pice it together.

For a chain get a gold RK GB520EXW chain. It has a tensel strength of 8500, and has better sealing rings than the standard x ring chain. It comes with a clip style master link. I run this chain both on my banshee and raptor in my signature.

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...6&navTitle=Drive&webCatId=9&prodFamilyId=3591

For the front sprocket get a good one. Dont cheap out with a 5-10 dollar front one. It takes the most abuse and a good one should be run.

SuperSprox or a Renthal.
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...&navTitle=Drive&webCatId=9&prodFamilyId=23006

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...4&navTitle=Drive&webCatId=9&prodFamilyId=5928

The rear sprocket isnt as critical because it has more teeth and takes way less abuse. Just make sure you run a steel one. Aluminum will not last verry long and they are quite a bit more expensive.
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...4&navTitle=Drive&webCatId=9&prodFamilyId=2192
+1 on everything 03LimitedEditionRaptor said. I cheaped out on a $10 front sprocket. After maybe 10 hours of ride time it was missing 2 teeth. I do have the same chain that 03 suggested and have had it for 2 years now. It stretched after a couple of hours of ride time, but no more stretching after one adjustment. Great chain.
 

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ok thanks guys!!
 
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