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    How many links in chain to use whole wheelbase on swb busa?

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    Depends on gearing.....pretty easy to figure out once you got it set up....put your old chain on......and mesure the difference and figure space for adjustement.....and then figure how many links you need to fill out the inches missing.....order a chain with a few extra links just to be safe.
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    Im -1 on the back&go thru the traps at the top of 4th,was able to get away with not adding another master link and Im almost all the way back in the stock arm. If I added another link it would be too long
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    I pretty much murdered my old chain a couple months ago because I changed my gearing so figured I'd just order the right size chain. But I get what u guys are saying thanks

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    Stock is 110 order 120 you will have plenty and can up gearing...
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    What troy said. 112 is the oem length, buy a 120 and you'll never really have to worry. I'm -1, +1 on my bike (stock motor) and had left over chain setting as far back as I realistically could, still having room for adjustment after wear and degradation.

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