Looks great..my only question will be durability since it's not steel.
Renthal Twin Ring Rear Sprocket
- 29 Reviews
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In development for over 5 years, the new Renthal TwinRing sprocket will re-define the term durability in off-road drivetrain products.
- The longest lasting most durable off-road sprocket you can buy.
- The goal when developing this product was simple, create a high-quality rear sprocket that would outlast all others while keeping weight to a minimum.
- The TwinRing sprocket combines a specially enhanced 7075 T6 aluminum alloy center and high strength Electroless Nickel Coated EN8 Steel outer ring.
- The alloy center section keeps weight down and the steel outer ring provides durability where it is needed most.
Great product for a great price, delivered to my doorstep on time!
Little to say...light weight, excellent durability. The only sprocket we run once we've established best gearing.
Money well spent
Nice light and strong sprocket. No complaints here. This thing can take some punishment.
Very durable, not very heavy. We have about 15 hours on the sprocket and no problems, looks brand new.
I have a ton of hours on my Twin Ring and still no saw tooth! I am a bigger rider and used to run full steel sprockets for strength. Not anymore. This is a big bang for the buck sprocket.
I was looking for a product to stand up to the demands that motocross racing put on these bikes and Renthal was our answer.
I have about 5 rides on this sprocket and it still looks like the day I put it on. Happy so far.
Want to win and look good this is the product for you.
Gives your bike that factory look.
Used this sprocket on my 250f and now my 450f. Twin ring is the only way to go. now that they have them available with different colors, just makes them that much cooler.
First time trying this product and I love it..it's the best of both worlds and great prices
I have a 2009 CRF450R and this is the second Twin ring sprocket that I have bought for my bike! I have a ton of desert hours on my bike and this sprocket just take all of the abuse i can throw at it with minimal wear. Unless you have money you want to throw away on aluminum sprockets this thing is the way to go!!
Great sprocket. very durable would recommend to friends
I waited 4 months for this to come out in black and its worth all the wait great product.
450f's these days just eat chains and sprockets up. I was a little skeptical of this twin ring design but it makes perfect sense and the sprocket has indeed lasted much longer than any previous all aluminum rear sprocket I've used. I liked it enough that I ordered a 2nd one for my 250f. The black anodized looks good and holds its color well. These things look really trick as well when you get them in any of the anodized color offerings!
The twin ring sprocket wears far better than the aluminum sprockets from Rental. It is significantly heavier than the aluminum sprockets but obviously not as heavy as the full steel versions. My little thumper eats through light sprockets so I am pleased with the minimal wear I've seen so far.
Aestheticly, I would like some color choices, but the brushed aluminum and matte steel look aren't too bad. It looks nice with a DID ERT2 gold chain, but every sprocket does.
If your serious about what you ride as far as track, trails or dunes you know that your rear sprocket is going to take major abuse and will eventually be missing teeth. I've always been a fan of the steel sprockets due to the durability, i just didn't have enough money to keep purchasing the more stylish anodized aluminum versions. You might hear of people boasting about the HP gains you get with the lighter sprocket, but seriously unless you're a James Stewart caliber of rider there is no way you're going to notice a less than 1% increase in HP. This twin ring is an awesome compromise of weight reduction and durability. This is the only rear sprocket for any of my bikes!
Best you can get without putting out for an ironman sprocket. good looking, tough Renthal quality along with a DID ert couldnt be better
One of the screws for the outer ring was missing when I got the sproket. It also doesn't stand out too much on the bike. But, it is very lightweight and strong.