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    R.May1977
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    stealth products

    http://www.stealthproducts.co.uk/chain.html

    anyone used them before?

    seems to be good value

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    OZMILLE
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    Quote Originally Posted by R.May1977 View Post
    http://www.stealthproducts.co.uk/chain.html

    anyone used them before?

    seems to be good value
    Matey, to be honest, when it comes to chains and alike, best not to risk a bargain

    My advice is go for the brands you know and keep it safe!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OZMILLE View Post
    Matey, to be honest, when it comes to chains and alike, best not to risk a bargain

    My advice is go for the brands you know and keep it safe!!
    Couldn't say for sure but didn't stealth get bad press some time ago regarding their discs warping very easily?? Doesn't inspire confidence buddy!!!!!!!!

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    LEGS
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    As with the guys above, stick with the best, it always makes sense in the end. I wouldn't even notion the idea of fitting one of those to a 130 HP sports bike. A 125 learner maybe but certainly not something capable of 165 mph

    Go with either a DID, Renthal, Afam or Tsubaki heavy duty X ring gold. Shop around and it'll only be a few quid more.

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    IanG
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    I agree with all the above

    Remember, if it sounds too good to be true...........it probably is !

    A chain letting go could ruin your life not just your day.

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    R.May1977
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    just found this so think its best to give it a wide berth!

    http://www.triumphtorque.com/message...-products.aspx

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    Rich
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    A guy on the Rd forum had a problem with some Stealth discs, returned them and hasn't heard a thing since. Apparently they have gone down the pan?

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    redratbike
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    Griffs got some top notch chains in stock

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    Graveltrap
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    I've got a set of Stealth wavey discs and one just wasn't machined quite accurately enough from the start and got worse once in use. It's nearly ok, 0.2mm run out, and are useable on the road, but over 120mph they vibrate too much (a brake lathe could sort it out). I got 3 discs and a C&S kit all delivered for 250, so I knew I was taking a risk. I know of quite a few others who have bought stealth discs and many have been fine, but it's not top dollar kit.

    I would expect the chain to be ok, it's the same as they sell for R1s etc and the RSV is well down on power (and doesn't have much more bottom end) than a new Jap1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.May1977 View Post
    http://www.stealthproducts.co.uk/chain.html

    anyone used them before?

    seems to be good value
    used two chains from them on my mille they were crap! couple of hundred mile they were like elastic bands wouldn't recommend at all

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    i use afam chains on my sportsbikes and did on my off road bike.....you pay for what you get when it comes to chains

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    used two chains from them on my mille they were crap! couple of hundred mile they were like elastic bands wouldn't recommend at all
    Bugger - I thought it had a 10k/12month guaruntee

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