Chain Guides

As you know Kawasaki chain guides are not the best. TM Designworks makes a great replacement but they are super-expensive. I thought you might like to know that now Acerbis is making one that is just as good as the TM at a much lower price. I tried mine out yesterday and it is great.


wht is Acerbis pricing? and do they make the other parts as TM Design does?

what are you runing for sprocket / chain set up too?

wht is Acerbis pricing? and do they make the other parts as TM Design does?

what are you runing for sprocket / chain set up too?


They also make chain sliders and a replacement block for the stock guide.

I run stock gearing; TAG sprockets, RK chain.

just bought an acerbics replacement block didnt use it yet but seams like harder plastic than the stock one.

So far, I've had great success with my T.M. unit. Good quality, easy to install, stout piece of kit...


Good looking chain guide.......If something happens to my TM....that looks like a great replacement......

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