Question about 1999 kawasaki ZZR 600
Usually you want about 1 -1.6 inches (35-40 mm) from the bottom of the chain to the bottom of the chain when you grab the bottom chain about halfway between the rear sprocket and the front sprocket and move up and down.You should also left the rear wheel off the ground and rotate the chain around both sprockets checking the slack at all points of the chain. If while rotating wheel the chain gets tighter or looser this is a sign that your chain has stretched in one short section and should be replaced. If left on the bike it will either wear out the sprockets a lot faster than normal rate or the chain could break possibly damaging the engine case (very expensive).
Posted on May 15, 2010
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