DID 415ERZ 144 links Motorcycle Drive Chain
Purchase the correct/proper chain for your motorcycle, not like others companies who are selling 120 link chains they are just telling you to get two (2) master links.
DID 415ERZ chain has a tensile strength of 4,540 lbs ( 1 lb. 15.7 oz./898.6g )
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DID 415ERZ Motorcycle Drive Chain 144 links
DID 415ERZ chain 144 is perfect for 415 conversion on 300cc class races bikes like the Ninja 250/300/400 and the YZF-R3. This chain is a high performance chain designed for smaller race bikes. Not for street use. Great way to reduce rotating mass on your race bike.
High-performance, lightweight, low-friction chain designed to meet the performance needs of Moto3 racing. The DID 415ERZ chain is upgraded with exclusive Super Dai Hard pins put through a special patented heat-treatment process that makes them 1.5 times harder than conventional carbon heat treating.
Twice the wear resistance of original D.I.D. 415 ER chains, and the 4,540 lb. average tensile strength is a 15% increase
Specs for DID 415 ERZ Series Racing Chain – 415ERZ-144
* Features Gold outer plates and inner plate for a great look.
* Number of Links 144
* Average tensile strength is 4,540 fl/lbs. NONE “O”RING
* Includes one matching Clip or Rivet master link
* Weight 1 lb. 15.7 oz.
Spears Racing has been designing and making race products for decades, their continuous committed to excellence to advance as the industry changes. This commitment has resulted in more components specific to certain applications, proprietary products only manufactured for us. Each of these aspects has been put through stringent research and development stages to ensure that our product will exceed your standards.
Phillip, CRA#135 –
Gregg, It may not seem like much, but our telephone chat in June about 415 vs 520 chain for my R3 was very much appreciated. I had broken a chain at Road America and didn’t have confidence in continuing to race a 415. I ordered the 520 chain and sprockets from you, but never put them on. I thought a lot about what you said (190 lb guys should be able to ride a 415 no problem, just monitor tension) and decided that although I was fairly diligent about checking tightness, I would keep the 415 and adjust after every race if needed. No chain issues the rest of the CRA season, and I took 3rd overall novice for all classes for the year. Thanks again and can’t wait to get at it again next year.