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Need a new chain and need to know the amounts of links Its a 2006 SV650S

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Count the links on the old one.

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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It depends on whether the sprockets are original size or not. Counting links doesn't work unless you are positive some previous owner did not take links out of the chain.

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