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Ada chain tensioner

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  • Ada chain tensioner

    Hey just wondering if anyone has ran the ada chain tensioner on gsr46? Want opinions and reviews...thanks

  • #2
    Not much of a review but I have one on my gsr46r and it works great!

    You can run a slightly looser chain because the rear sprocket isn't perfectly round and has tight and loose spots and the tensioner keeps the chain tight enough.


    • #3
      Thanks I understand the principle of chain tensioners but I was more wondering if anyone has actually used one with a cy46 wondering how it does at high and low speeds or high torque situations such as when doing wheelies and stuff


      • #4
        I never had any issues with the ADA tensioner. Tried both, GSR46 and GSR 40 model tensioners. Used them on stock 40's, stock 460's, modded 460's, and modded 60's. As long as they are set up properly, they will not fail you.