The components brought together in this kit represent what we feel at Adventure-Spec to be the best of the best, giving the ultimate in reliability and longevity. Your drive chain and sprockets face extreme stresses on a daily basis and sub-standard components can wear rapidly and risk potentially catastrophic failure.
This kit should not only provide peace of mind and reliability, but should also reduce maintenance considerably and prove economical in the long term.
1x DID 520 VX2 Gold and Black X-Ring Chain 120 link (includes split link)
1x Ironman Front Sprocket (15 tooth)
1x Ironman Rear Sprocket (42, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51 or 52 tooth)
1x pack of 6 Dirt Tricks Sprocket Bolts
1x spare split link for chain
(total individual price for these parts is£224.92!)
All the included components have been tested extensively by Adventure-Spec riders on numerous expeditions and rallies. The Dirt Tricks Ironman Sprockets were used by two riders on the Salt and Gold Expedition (including Lyndon Poskitt, AKA 'Pyndon, who has used these sprockets exclusively on all bikes for a number of years). Ned Suesse recently completed the Dakar Rally on them as well, consequently spending much more time enjoying himself and far less adjusting his chain! The Ironman Sprockets can now stake claim to a world record for altitude for a motorcycle (sprocket), having been the items of choice for Walter Colebatch's Husaberg Adventure Team!
DID X-Ring chains have a well-deserved reputation for reliability and serviceability earned over decades of use by overlanders and racers around the globe.
Included as part of this kit is a spare split link for the chain and a fresh set of top-quality Dirt Tricks sprocket bolts.
For details on the individual items in the kit, please see the links at the bottom of the page. For installation tips see 'Videos/Photos' tab
These items will fit all KTM 690 Enduro (plus SMC). If you're extremely lucky these will also fit the KTM 450 Factory Rally bike (the front sprockets were manufactured originally for Lyndon Poskitt's bike for using in the 2012 season and for Dakar 2013!)