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Sounds like it is stretched past its working limit? Chains are a disposable commodity on high power sports bikes.

If the chain is newish, you can remove a link or two.

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Sounds like you have stretch the chain sometimes this is cause by overtighting lack of lube or just alot of miles on chain.You can take a link out if you want to but its not recommended.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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