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SP2 Tyga Hugger & Chain Links?

For those who are running a Tyga on their SP2, how many links are you running on your chain. I counted 104 on the chain that was on my SP1 Swingarm and read a couple threads where some were running 106 and even 108. What's the consensus?


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Tyga hugger, brand new Q2 190/55, 106 links. Just counted and plenty of clearance.



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Tyga hugger, brand new Q2 190/55, 106 links. Just counted and plenty of clearance.
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tyga hugger, new road2 190/55, 104 links, 15mm of clearance on the hugger
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I suppose I should also ask what gearing you both are running??


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190/55 , 15/41 , Michelin pilot powers 2ct , I believe 106 links I would have to check I forget , barely clears , I'd say 3/16 " clearance

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For those who are running a Tyga on their SP2, how many links are you running on your chain. I counted 104 on the chain that was on my SP1 Swingarm and read a couple threads where some were running 106 and even 108. What's the consensus?

I don't understand your question.
You ask about SP2 but you mention your SP1. What are you trying to determine; chain link count for a SP1 or SP2?

fwiw, my setup is SP1 swinger, 15/42, 190/55, 106 links. Puig hugger.
But the real issue to switching from 104 to 106 links was swingarm clearance.

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I have an SP1 with an SP2 swingarm.


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