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    hi all..
    pretty new in riding...just bought a 2nd FZR,
    the chain seems a bit lossen liao...
    is it possible to tighten it ourself? how to do it?

    or have to let shop cut it? how must will it roughly cost?

    any shop near Jurong West recommended?

    thanks for sharing...


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    By right and normally Motordiam can do it for u FOC..

     

     
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    [quote]By right

    But there will be some inclined to go by left...

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    if a motordiam wants to charge for chain adjustment, pls. move on to the next motordiam who will do it FOC...

    or pay for the one-time 'lesson', make sure you see and ask the mechanic how to do, what tools you need, things to take note, etc... and DIY from then on...

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    okie okie....
    thx..
    and any idea where is the nearest motordiam from Jurong West?
    hee hee...


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    okie okie....
    thx..
    and any idea where is the nearest motordiam from Jurong West?
    hee hee...


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    okie okie....
    thx..
    and any idea where is the nearest motordiam from Jurong West?
    hee hee...


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    okie okie....
    thx..
    and any idea where is the nearest motordiam from Jurong West?
    hee hee...


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    there's one near the lakeside MRT.. near the 500+ jurong town coucil .. located opposite the Rulang Primary School there.

    another one is located at opposite the Jurong East Sport Complex where by the shop normally deals with the Daelim choppers.

    if u living at the Jurongwest extension, there's one located at 14 Kian Teck Way off Pioneer Rd North call the KSH cycle private Limited. Tel 92659916. but is located quite ulu inside u have to find ur way there..


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    thanks thanks....


    sorry andy cause dunno about the 'shoplist'...
    hee hee.... thx...




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    I had tried to tighten the chain before..
    U would need special tool to do so that comes with the bike to do it.
    It is very simple.
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    Bt Batok industrial estate there also got motordiam, they will do it for free. I tighten my S4 chain there for FOC also.

    After seeing the mechanic tighten my chain, I still have doubts, anyone riding S4 or swingarm type knows how to DIY tighten chain?

    My idea
    1) Lossen both side swingarm nut
    2) turn the small nut which is facing backwards until chain is tight
    3) Tighten back both side swingarm nut.

    Is it like this?

     

     
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    I can't seem to find the part where i'm suppose to turn to adjust the chain...can anyone enlighten me? i'm riding an SP by the way.


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    SP is using the cantilever swingarm type design. I have no idea how they adjust the chain tension on that kind of swing arm. Most probably you will need special tools for that ?

    For the normal swing arms, yes,
    1. Loosen the securing nut at the end of the swing arm
    2. Loosen the rear wheel axle nut (the big one holding your rear wheel)
    3. Jack up the bike
    4. Begin adjustment on the adjustment nut at the end of the swing arm
    5. Check tension
    6. Tighten back the axle nut
    7. Fit and tighten the scuring nut for the swing arm
    8. Check tension again
    7. Unload the jack
    8. Do a final tightening on the nuts
    9. Install split pin if applicable

    By the way, please ensure that the wheel axle nut is really TIGHTENED, else ... you know lah ....

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    Bt Batok industrial estate there also got motordiam, they will do it for free. I tighten my S4 chain there for FOC also.

    After seeing the mechanic tighten my chain, I still have doubts, anyone riding S4 or swingarm type knows how to DIY tighten chain?

    My idea
    1) Lossen both side swingarm nut
    2) turn the small nut which is facing backwards until chain is tight
    3) Tighten back both side swingarm nut.

    Is it like this?
    yes.
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    Bt Batok industrial estate there also got motordiam, they will do it for free. I tighten my S4 chain there for FOC also.

    After seeing the mechanic tighten my chain, I still have doubts, anyone riding S4 or swingarm type knows how to DIY tighten chain?

    My idea
    1) Lossen both side swingarm nut
    2) turn the small nut which is facing backwards until chain is tight
    3) Tighten back both side swingarm nut.

    Is it like this?
    Make sure the alighment markings on both swing arm are the same else just make sure the adjustment is the same e.g 1/2 turns on each side of the small nut.

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    okie okie....
    thx..
    and any idea where is the nearest motordiam from Jurong West?
    hee hee...


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    there's one near the lakeside MRT.. near the 500+ jurong town coucil .. located opposite the Rulang Primary School there.

    another one is located at opposite the Jurong East Sport Complex where by the shop normally deals with the Daelim choppers.

    if u living at the Jurongwest extension, there's one located at 14 Kian Teck Way off Pioneer Rd North call the KSH cycle private Limited. Tel 92659916. but is located quite ulu inside u have to find ur way there..

    there's another one opposite the chinese garden mrt... pretty popular i think

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    most shops charge 2 bucks if u dunwan to get your hands dirty. good ones will oil for u the chain.

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    Wat's the diff with 'tight' or 'loose' chain??? which 1 is better??? & when should 1 chain the chain?

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    too tight it breaks

    too loose it drops off


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    too tight it breaks

    too loose it drops off
    But if you're going to err, err on the loose side (as long as you don't make it too loose). Too tight can get tighter as the suspension compresses and this can wear out the drive shaft to the front sprocket.

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    My chain has already slacked, but the rear indicator have not even raech the red zone yet.

    Why is this possible ah?

    Oil or don't oil also like this.

     

     
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    My chain has already slacked, but the rear indicator have not even raech the red zone yet.

    Why is this possible ah?

    Oil or don't oil also like this.
    then u can adjust it till just before the red zone. Past the red zone and the chain slack is still alot, its time to change the chain.
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    I can't seem to find the part where i'm suppose to turn to adjust the chain...can anyone enlighten me? i'm riding an SP by the way.
    the adjustment for sp is juz in between the proarm and the rim.
    must see carefully then can notice.
    there is a hook like thing in the kit bag, rite??
    that is for the adjustment.

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    Hi,
    like to check if any1 has got the stand padder to help raise up the rear tyre for servicing purposes? I like to borrow.

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    For Phantom 200, recommended chain freeplay is 20-30mm. Stock bike has the chain too loose, so definitely must tighten abit once u got ur bike. Re-adjust again if you change ur tires...

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    Wat's the diff with 'tight' or 'loose' chain??? which 1 is better??? & when should 1 chain the chain?
    too loose it may 'jumped' wen u u change from 1st to 2nd gear...means e chain drop off ur rear sprocket

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    itziz if the chain is spoilt .. no matter how mani times u adjust .. it will still slack and loosen one ?

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    it will slack once it stretches. however this should take some time. if u tighten today and slacks tomorrow, better go check it out

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    is it after rain the chain will tend to slack more?
    last time i used a normal chain and always after rain it gives me problems

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    did u lube it after a rainy day ride?

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    did u lube it after a rainy day ride?
    dont have.. where got time always lube after every rain? this stupid weather nowadays.... Anyway i lube about once every 2 weeks loh

     

     
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    hey bumblebee... i think i saw ur bike around 1am on 25/4/03 which is yesterday at bugis CRC... issit u?

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    hey bumblebee... i think i saw ur bike around 1am on 25/4/03 which is yesterday at bugis CRC... issit u?
    what is CRC? erm.. i tink i never go bugis leh..

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    okay, nvm... nice bike there...

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    hi all,
    going to tighten my chain later in the day. Got a question. Do i loosen the swingarm nut and then adjust one at a time or loosen both then adjust then tighten back both?? Any difference?
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    there's another one opposite the chinese garden mrt... pretty popular i think
    huahhh.....dear bros....that place chop people 1!
    use to ride rxk.....my dad pb1.... went there to buy stuff...
    price far from expensive...avoid that place unless u have no choice.
    the shop opp. lakeside mrt is better. mechnic friendly and price can bargain.

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    itziz if the chain is spoilt .. no matter how mani times u adjust .. it will still slack and loosen one ?
    yupz....time to change new 1 oredy....

    one of the cause i personally realised how fast the chain spoil or slack is the rider's style of riding. if ur the person who like to chiong or accelerate hard from start, the chain will slack faster... tat happens to my dad. i ride relac2....cruising chain life can last longer and take long time to slack. let my dad rode my bike for a day....wahhh biangzz....next chain slack sia. lucky got tools to DIY.

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    think should loosen both swingarm first rite.
    then adjust the nuts.......
    remember c-ing my mechanic doin tat

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    yupz....time to change new 1 oredy....

    one of the cause i personally realised how fast the chain spoil or slack is the rider's style of riding. if ur the person who like to chiong or accelerate hard from start, the chain will slack faster... tat happens to my dad. i ride relac2....cruising chain life can last longer and take long time to slack. let my dad rode my bike for a day....wahhh biangzz....next chain slack sia. lucky got tools to DIY.
    wat r the tools needed 4 adjusting huh?....
    spanner will do rite..
    should b standard size for sport bike rite..

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    wat r the tools needed 4 adjusting huh?....
    spanner will do rite..
    should b standard size for sport bike rite..
    spanner only..... 2 sizes, 1 for the main big nut, the other small one for straining the chain. not sure whether all sport bikes r the same. my dad's pb1 and my vtec nt the same. my rxk and my fren rxz oso not the same one. the trick is to spin the wheel and look for the slackest part of the chain by pushing the chain up. tighten the chain where particular chain is the slackest . juz spray chain wax regularly especially after rain.

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    wil the using engine brake when slowing down affect the slackness of the chain?

    i notice my chain slack n become loose faster if i use engine brake more...
    chain have been changed less 3 months (usin RK chain) .........

    expert wan to share their views on that?.............

     

     
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    Hi, any one know how to tighten the chain for gsxr400rr? n the spanner size needed as well....thanx!


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    If you get e automatic chain oiler, you do not need to retension the chain.

    If you are retensioning the chain often, then maybe it is time to change it.
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    is it neccessary to change the sprockets when u change the chain? or can juz change chain? my sprockets looks fine to me..
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    Originally posted by ~deNso_iRidiUm~@Oct 30 2003, 10:02 PM
    wil the using engine brake when slowing down affect the slackness of the chain?

    i notice my chain slack n become loose faster if i use engine brake more...
    chain have been changed less 3 months (usin RK chain) .........

    expert wan to share their views on that?.............
    i guess as long as there is a requirement for the chain to get stretched
    then it will become looser faster lor
    but compared to u zhua the throttle, using of engine brake wouldnt cause the chain to become loose so fast lar
    anyway as long as yr speed matches the gear u are at..it shouldnt be too much a strain on the chain
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    Originally posted by chris 525@Mar 9 2004, 10:44 PM
    If you get e automatic chain oiler, you do not need to retension the chain.

    If you are retensioning the chain often, then maybe it is time to change it.
    still need to retension lar
    maybe not so often bah
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    Originally posted by burningacid@Apr 16 2004, 10:00 AM
    is it neccessary to change the sprockets when u change the chain? or can juz change chain? my sprockets looks fine to me..
    as long as the teeth are not sharp then dont change lor
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    can anione advise why my chain keeps on loose every 3 days
    i had areadt change a new sae of spocket with chain but problem still there?
    i understand that i pillion ppl everyday but still cant be so serious till i have to tighten it twice a week?

    anione can help?

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    that means you have over pull your chain. is it necessary to be so tight?
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    yo guys my chain tension varies during wheel rotation. eg: when the whell makes one turn, the chain is loose - tight - loose - tight. is my axel alignment off?


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