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Hi guys, I'm new to this whole thing. Have a beautiful '06 TTR-250 with crazy low miles on it, and just got it running perfectly. The factory chain is hardly broken in (only 220 total miles on the bike), but it's a bit rusted. I was given the chain pictured, but wanted to be sure it's the right one. It's an Enuma EK 520 SR05, 110 links. Good fit for the factory sprocket set up? Thanks in advance for your help!

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Yep all good. May need to drop a couple links out if only running 14/44 though.

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Erm did I read it right that your bike has only covered 220 miles. I think it should be donated to the TTR museum

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peteBLUEttr wrote:

Yep all good. May need to drop a couple links out if only running 14/44 though.


 It appears to be a 52 rear from factory...so should the 110 link be okay?



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devon_rich wrote:

Erm did I read it right that your bike has only covered 220 miles. I think it should be donated to the TTR museum


 Ha! Yes sir; 220 original miles and garaged. Long story, but I'm finally going to actually use it a bit!

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Wow.. That's all I can think to say

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devon_rich wrote:

Wow.. That's all I can think to say


 Thank you. I bought it new in 2006 and kept it in my shop at a "seasonal" property that I rarely got to. It's street legal and ready to buzz around town on as soon as I get a set of Heidenaus on it. I have mirrors coming from Doubletake/Adventure Mirror as well. This is a great forum by the way! Really appreciate the help.



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shuter wrote:
peteBLUEttr wrote:

Yep all good. May need to drop a couple links out if only running 14/44 though.


 It appears to be a 52 rear from factory...so should the 110 link be okay?


 Aah yes you are a American! 52 standard over you're way. I cant say for sure you may need 112 depending on the size of you're tyre and front sprocket etc. Just try it.



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03 Blue model. Renthal bars, (13/48), CRD AP2 zaust, Totally ttr's bash plate

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That is a beauty I have to say!



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peteBLUEttr wrote:

That is a beauty I have to say!


 Thank you very much.



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That must be one of the best TTR's I have seensmile



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ttr steve wrote:

That must be one of the best TTR's I have seensmile


 Thank you! That's what happens when you don't ride 'em!:) I'm looking forward to actually using her now, though. Took it out on-road yesterday and the knobbies were actually not bad (on dry pavement). I am ordering some Heidenau K60s however. Appreciate the kind words from all. This board is fantastic!



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Thats a cracker.I though mine was the lowest milage I have seen at 1500 miles but that takes the biscuit.I have finally got to use mine now, as I have retired... wow what fun (feel like a teenager again) Happy Days!


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I see you have an Oregon sticker on your bike, I have a customer who sent me an awesome picture of where he rides out there, absolutely stunningsmilesmilesmile



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