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Renthal sprockets are CNC-machined (not stamped) and feature a computer-aided, ultra light design to reduce unsprung weight and increase power transfer. Front Sprocket Features -Made from case-hardened, core-refined nickelchrome- molybdenum alloy steel -Materials combine for the ultimate combination of strength and hardness Rear Sprocket Features -Special tooth profile allows chain to roll easily on and off the sprocket -Tooth profile creates a durable, quieter, and more power sprocket -Made from high-strength, specially enhanced 7075 T-6 aluminum – 33% lighter than steel -Aluminum construction reduces weight and increases power transfer without sacrificing strength -All Renthal rear sprockets are hard anodized
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I would buy this product again
from Durham, NC
Comments about Renthal Street Motorcycle Sprocket:
In the picture it may look kinda dull but in person it's clean and impressive looking.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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as far as im concerned this sprocket is awesome I have heard that renthal sprockets don't last that long but time will tell I just got mine on and im pleased with it the price was great and it way lighter than the one I replaced it with and has a much nicer grip on my chain with the teeth it has on it and it looks really great to its not just plain and boring
Built strong and tough!
By Dooz Marley
from Sun Valley, ID
Replaced the original sprockets on my 99 Triumph Speed Triple after 18k miles. This sprocket was my choice for the front; smooth as hell!
Looks as good as it performs
from Knoxville, TN
I replaced the aluminum sprocket on my Daytona 600 with this one. I decided to go up one tooth from 45 to 46. This paired with a nice steel front sprocket that I went from 15 down to 14 and it can keep up with the 1000's off the line. The teeth should last a good deal longer that the teeth on the old aluminum one that it is replacing.
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