Took a drive with some guys for a pie run and my chain was making a racket again, last month on a BBQ run the chain was jumping the CS sprocket, never had a chain do that on any bike. It was not stretched too far just not lasting between chain lubrication. In the past, when the chain gets loose on the Magna you can hear it slapping around.
This was a JT Sprocket chain, I try different chains just to see how they work. When I took the pins out of the master link there was no grease inside, only a partially surface rusted pin.
Changing out this chain I did everything wrong and it took me 4 hours, I am a little slower these days still this was a bit long.
Hoot I was going to go back to my go-to chain I normally use but decided to try the most expensive, highest tensile strength, heaviest chain DID makes, never tried one before. If you can't keep the lube inside the O-Rings, the O-Rings become counter productive and they keep the lube out.
I am trying the 17 tooth CS sprocket also, I didn't seem to mind it on the pie run. Keeping my eye on the Dragon tire also Hoot.