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** Super Cam Chain Tensioner **


For MSX/Grom & Honda 125 Monkey !!!


High strength cam chain tensioner that can follow the cam chain and maintain proper tension.

Specifications of the stock tensioner arm
The stock tensioner arm is molded from a plate material, so the contact area with the push rod is small, and the rubber at the end of the push rod will sink into the shape of the plate thickness.
In addition, the stock tensioner arm may be severely deformed when used for a long period of time on a high-powered engine, and the push rod head may be damaged.
In this case, the cam chain will not be properly tensioned, which may cause engine trouble.

SP Takegawa Tensioner Arm
The SP Takegawa tensioner arm is made of high strength super duralumin material that is precision machined to increase the thickness of the arm to increase the strength of the arm body and also to increase the contact area with the push rod.

This not only strengthens the tensioner arm, but also reduces the risk of the rubber at the end of the push rod caving in or breaking, greatly improving the life of the push rod.
Adoption of dedicated collar and oil hole
A dedicated collar is adopted in the center of the arm to control the oscillation of the tensioner arm, so that the force of the push rod can be accurately transmitted to the cam chain.
In addition, oil holes are provided in the arm body to lubricate the moving parts with oil.

Comparison between the stock tensioner roller and the SP Takegawa tensioner roller
The SP Takegawa tensioner roller has a larger diameter than the normal roller to maintain proper tension on the cam chain and to reduce roller wear.
In addition, the sprocket shape, which is not available on the standard model, has been adopted to improve the tracking performance of the cam chain.

In addition, the stock tensioner roller is not removable, but this product has a removable roller structure that allows the roller to be replaced for easy maintenance.

Takegawa Super Cam Chain Tensioner MSX / 125 Monkey 2013-2020

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