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I use the SFB Racing guide ($65 on their site).
That's very trick looking. Did you get it in gold? If you have a pic, post it up here.

Sad thing about getting a part like that is the way I ride it won't stay pretty for long.

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In a spending mood are you?!?
I guess I am. I just order that piece from the TT Store. $53 + shipping.

Not a bad price when you consider that the OEM chain guide (#20 in the fiche) costs $42. Mine's pretty worn and the chain guide plate (#21) has seen better days.

The SFB Racing one looks a lot less clunky than the stock chain guide.

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That's very trick looking. Did you get it in gold? If you have a pic, post it up here.

Sad thing about getting a part like that is the way I ride it won't stay pretty for long.

Choosing the color was tough...

I kinda wanted it to match the SFB clutch cover but in the end I decided to go grey because I didn't want to interfere with the chain color either...

If the gold is like my SFB clutch cover, it's a little on the copper side.

I know I'm vain, you don't have to tell me :applause:

SFB chain guide / Zeta chain guard / DID ERV2 chain / Sprocket Specialists Titan Tough 39T Ultralite Sprocket

DRZ_Sprocket_01.jpg

DRZ_SFB.jpg

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Choosing the color was tough...

I kinda wanted it to match the SFB clutch cover but in the end I decided to go grey because I didn't want to interfere with the chain color either...

If the gold is like my SFB clutch cover, it's a little on the copper side.

I know I'm vain, you don't have to tell me :applause:

SFB chain guide / Zeta chain guard / DID ERV2 chain / Sprocket Specialists Titan Tough 39T Ultralite Sprocket

DRZ_Sprocket_01.jpg

DRZ_SFB.jpg

Very nice!

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i can't remember the brand, but there's one available that does not use the outter metal guide.

it's suposed to resist bending out of shape from impacts.

i would think it would work well for the rocks you probably encounter.

i know my stock one got beat up pretty bad. some hits can deflect it to one side, resulting in a misaligned chain.

i'm using a freddette one currently.

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