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Dirt bike engine repair and maintenance may not be quite as fun as riding a motocross track or navigating an off-road trail, but it’s absolutely essential if you want to keep your motorcycle in proper working order. An engine has many components which require occasional replacing, and a cam chain is one of them. Whether you’re a hobbyist that enjoys the thrill of rebuilding an engine from the ground up or just someone who likes to tinker around when it’s time to fix your dirt bike, you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC for your cam chain needs.
We carry many dirt bike cam chains. All you need to do in order to find the cam chain for your motorcycle is enter the make, model and year. We’ll do the rest, displaying exactly the right parts. And if you ride a KTM, we also have the Dirt Tricks timing chain tensioner to stop that annoying ticking sound.
We carry chains from Pro X, a leader in the motorcycle cam chain market. (If you’d rather get a stock replacement chain, we also carry a variety of OEM parts for dirt bikes. Simply click the OEM button at the top of the page to take a look at what’s available.)
Karina in WA
I installed this in my engine after hearing a terrible rubbing noise. It sounded like the timing chain and after a little internet research I found that the stock tensioner will wear out. I replaced it with the Dirt Tricks tensioner and problem solved. Also my bike starts better than ever. I would recommend this product to anyone.Read All Reviews
Michael in CA
The torsion spring upgrade is pretty much what Kawasaki should have done from the start. Simple, straightforward, reliable. It does require drilling of the generator case cover to install. Just remember that most videos about installing the torsion spring may not cover the newest version of this part, so if there are any questions always refer to the EM instructions.Read All Reviews
Michael in CA
As long as Kawasaki continues to skimp on this critical component, Eagle Mike will continue to provide a better than stock replacement. This is without a doubt a must do repair for all KLR650 motorcycles.Read All Reviews