Cool thanksDirtMcGirt said:check the range in the travel...lift up on it from the bottom...it should be able to move a coupla inches
from the bottom of teh chain to the ground? or between the bottom and the top of the chain? or the actual movement?J-Pip said:I believe the 1050 manual states 35-40 mm with the bike on the side stand. Find the center of the chain between front and rear sprockets (just eyeball it) and measure from there.
+1 also roll the bike until you find the tight spot in the chain...all used chains will have a section that is tighter than the rest of the chain, due to stretching from wheelies, hard launches, etc. If you adjust in a loose spot, when it comes around to the tight spot...it may be too tight. :eboy:Fenster said:I would recommend always sitting on the bike when measuring. This is the actually slack it will have when the bike is ridden.