415 chain on a 5 speed cassette?

Cosmo Lewandowski

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Hi everyone,
So I'd like to put 415 chain or some heavy-duty equivalent on my entire bike, its just not safe with 410. Im running a 3 horsepower 79cc 4 stroke engine with a shift kit too a 5 speed cassette. The problem I'm running into is I know nothing about cassette and sprocket sizes and I don't even know if it's possible to use 415 chain with a cassette or derailleur. Can anyone out there point me in the right direction to what parts I might need - or any other solutions to this issue, maybe custom building a cassette or something like that? Also information on how to tell what chain fits what sprocket / cassette would be awesome. Any help with this Quagmire (giggidee) would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Yours truly
Cosmo Lewandowski
 


crassius

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I've never seen a cassette that would take a chain that wide, as all speed chains are usually very narrow - try searching for a speed chain that is made of heavy duty materials.
 
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