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Easy install on my sons 90ttr
LAST THE LONGEST AND CAN TAKE A HIT. WONT EVER BUY ANY OTHER SPROKET
This is about as generic as you can get but it performs well in all situations except a fashion show. I find the steel sprockets last longer and cost much less than aluminum.
Sunstar is a good brand to go with if you're looking to get a sproket that is durable and cheap. The steal sprocket might not look the coolest but if ypu need one that will last awhile it's the way to go.
Awesome low price sprocket! It holds up well for the price point! My one complaint is it does seem to retain dirt due to the thickness so muddy races will wear your chain and sprockets up quicker. But for the money it's top notch over any other brands
VERY RELIABLE AND LAST FOREVER WITH PROPER MANT.
easy installation really surprised at how tough and durable it is. would highly recommend!
Functions very well.
I run sunstar as they are cheap and last along time.
Very durable, I do a lot of trail riding at times, us the al ones on my racing rims.
Nice factory looking sprocket. Nothing fancy, nothing special. Appears to be as good as the factory sprocket
one of the best sprockets for desert racing...durable
For the price why not. Holds up just fine. Been riding on it for a while. After a few rides i did notice wear but thats probably usual. Has a cool look too it as well. This sprocket will totally pick up the chicks. Bwwwwaaahp. Will buy again
It's nice to see a company like Motosport.com have parts for not just newer MX bikes , but that they also have parts for older vintage MX bikes ..
Went up two teeth for better trail gearing worked perfect.
Sunstar makes great stuff. The sprocket I received this time is made in Japan and very well made. These weigh less than other steel sprockets and last longer too.
Bought this for my 09 yz450f in March and I ride at least two day a week. The sprocket is still going strong. Not real fancy looking and a bit heavy, but if you want something durable and cheap, this is the way to go. If you need a back sprocket, also need a front sprocket and chain to prevent any unnecessary wear. I went with a Tag front sprocket and a DID Xring chain. Good combo.
These are solid and long lasting sprockets but are heavy
Can't beat what comes on the bike. Looks great and lasts long. Best steel sprockets out there