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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-11-2018, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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Titanium Chain – Superleggera

Every link in each of our chains feature uncompromising precision to bring our customers the lightest and strongest chain on the market.
Billet Performance Products new Superleggera Chain is the most technologically advanced chain ever produced.
It is the lightest 520 chain on the market at 2.75 lbs per 100 links and also the strongest at 9601 lbs tensile strength.
Our new patent pending grease port technology is the first of it’s kind. The grease port not only removes unneeded weight from the pins but also allows you to grease the pin and bushing with any grease gun. This is all possible due to using one of the strongest most ductile steels ever produced.
Our pins and bushing are coated using a revolutionary new nickel boron coating that reduces friction similar to teflon and that is also very hard and abrasion resistant. This combined with a non o-ring chain makes our chain one if not the most friction-less longest lasting chains on the market.
All of our chains are made from ultra high quality aerospace grade steels and all components are cnc machined from solid bar stock for the highest quality of product. No stamping or punching.

Weight per 100 Links:
520 Pitch 100 Links: 2.75lbs 9601lb tensile strength
525 Pitch 100 Links: 3.05lbs 9601lb tensile strength
530 Pitch 100 Links: 3.5lbs 11,850lb tensile strength

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-11-2018, 12:42 PM
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I have this chain on my bike. It is great. The rear wheel turns extremely free now vs the O-ring chains. The lighter weight is a great bonus also.
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$550 for a chain, yipes! but if your are looking for that final touch..
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That's awesome! Does this require re-greasing over time or is this a once in the life of the chain?

Also do you recomend steel sprockets instead of alluminum since it's a harder metal I'm thinking it would wear out the sprockets faster?

Definitely interested if I don't have to lube the chain after every ride since I ride 200 miles a day.

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^^^^^What he said.^^^^^
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You have to grease the chain. I don't get to ride much anymore so I don't have to very often. Once every couple of months. I would PM Alex and have him get a hold of the manufacture to find out the mileage intervals. I will say that it does not take long and is not like the normal way. With the tool I have for mine it is a simple process. Not messy and does not throw grease all over your bike when you ride.

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Is each pin covered with a little rubber cover on the grease port side?

Steel rivets? Can you use a normal rivet tool to install? I put on all my own chains.
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You have to grease the chain. I don't get to ride much anymore so I don't have to very often. Once every couple of months. I would PM Alex and have him get a hold of the manufacture to find out the mileage intervals. I will say that it does not take long and is not like the normal way. With the tool I have for mine it is a simple process. Not messy and does not throw grease all over your bike when you ride.
Yeah that would be fantastic if it was at every service interval instead of after nearly everytime I ride. I PMed him. Excited if it's what I'm thinking it will be.

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You have to grease the chain. I don't get to ride much anymore so I don't have to very often. Once every couple of months. I would PM Alex and have him get a hold of the manufacture to find out the mileage intervals. I will say that it does not take long and is not like the normal way. With the tool I have for mine it is a simple process. Not messy and does not throw grease all over your bike when you ride.
Intrigued with this. Which "tool" are you using? I assume grease gun.
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Is each pin covered with a little rubber cover on the grease port side?

no

Steel rivets? Can you use a normal rivet tool to install? I put on all my own chains.
I used my normal tool on the chain.
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