HHR Performance - Chain & Sprockets
Motorcycle Chains & Sprockets
Getting the most out of your motorcycle is all about equipping it with the best possible components. That’s why, if you enjoy taking your bike onto the track, then you should probably swap out the gears on your bike to increase its performance. Replace your current motorcycle chains and sprockets with our high-performance racing sprockets and chains; a 520 or 415 pitch would work wonders. These components can greatly impact the amount of speed you get from your ride and ensure you have the perfect handling for any type of terrain. If you’re looking to upgrade your professional-level ride, our aftermarket racing sprockets and chains are the perfect solution.
On the other hand, if you’re only taking your bike out onto the street, change out your 535 OEM for more bottom-end power. Doing so will give you far better acceleration and provide you with just the right amount of speed for low-stress rides. We have a wide array of colored motorcycle chain and sprocket options to choose from as well. As such, they’re some of the best ways to customize your bike and have it look its best. Look below for a diverse selection of parts from some of the top manufacturers in the motorcycle racing world.
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Chain & Sprockets Featured Products
Torque screwdriver with easy-grip 2K cross-handle, for correct adjustment of the mechanical timing chain tensioner. The torque is fixed at 0.38 Nm, bit holder with permanent magnets.
- for mechanical timing chain tensioner kit
- incl. bit wrench size 5 mm
- Bit receptacle 1/4 inch
- Tested according to DIN EN ISO 6789.
Weight: 0.070 kg
More About Chain & Sprockets
Our road kits allow you to further individualize your bike with colored racing sprockets and chains. It is imperative that road racers change their gear ratios so their bike revs out fully in its powerband. This helps racers to get the best performance possible for their lap times. Gearing your bike is critical in preparing a motorcycle for a particular track. To illustrate how important this is, let’s look at how a mountain bike and Tour De France bike differ. You would never ride a mountain bike during the Tour De France, and you’d never take a Tour De France bike up a mountain. The difference in performance would be very noticeable. If you aren’t using the appropriate gear ratios, you would see this same night and day performance difference when it comes to your motorcycle. You may not be riding a track that lets you use your 6th gear on a 1000cc superbike, so you need the 5 gears you do use to work for you. At the same time, on a lower cc bike, such as the Yamaha R3 or Ninja 300, you would not want all that weight hindering your ability to turn with a lower horsepower bike. In a scenario such as that, you would want to change the pitch to a 415, which is much lighter and does not need as much power to rotate.
Shop today to ensure you have the proper gear for the next time you hit the track.