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That doesn't matter at all. It makes no difference. It is not a problem.

If it is making noise it is an incorrect chain line, a mismatched chain and sprocket, a worn sprocket, too tight a chain, or some other alignment or lubrication issue. Or, it is a normal noise. Since we can't hear it without a video, we can't comment on that.

The chain and both sprockets should be '520' items.

Have you replaced all three items with new items and are they all marked as '520'?
 
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