I've been using Tag front and rear sprockets for many years on all my dirt bikes and am very happy with the life of the sprockets and the look. I would definitely recommend giving them a try. Especially the rear sprocket.
Tag Rear Sprocket
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The most durable high performance aluminum sprocket! Its lifecycle is three times as long as the competition and it is hard anodized for abrasion and corrosion resistance, making it more durable than normal anodizing. Aluminum processed by hard anodizing is only a few points away from the hardness of DIAMONDS. TAG Rear Sprockets utilize a proven decussate structure design for premium strength.
- Hard anodized.
- CNC machined for precision and tight tolerances.
- Lightweight computer-aided decussate structure performance design.
- Made of heat treated 7075-T6 aluminum.
- Self-cleaning mud grooves extend chain life.
I bought this sprocket combo over a year ago and it has out-performed my chain. It lasts an incredibly long time and holds up to rocks and on the track. I have purchased a new one only because I needed a new chain. I used it in conjunction with the pro taper chain and I recommend you get a different longer lasting chain such as the DID ER2. Buy it!
Good product, easy to install, looks better than stock
Just like I wrote for the front sprocket, I was a dedicated Renthal sprocket user until I bought a bike with a new TAG sprocket set on it. Now I only use TAG since I'm buying it. No match for durability at this price. I have yet to loose teeth on either of my bikes, CRF250R and CRF450R. I was always replacing my Renthals because of wear and missing teeth. Highly recommend. Still a dedicated Renthal Twinwall handlebar rider, but TAG found something with these sprockets.
Light weight but long lasting. Comparable to a steel sprocket!
Just bought this and rode it once. Good so far. Great look
I drag the rear brake in the rutted turns of my track in San Jose CA 408mx so I wear out sprockets pretty quick. I can wear out one of the Alumalite ones in just a few motos. This sprocket is lasting much longer than the Alumalite. I like the way it looks too.
lightweight and durable
Best aluminum sprocket that I've purchased. If you can dish out the cash or you're sponsered by Renthal then go that way. But, if you want a sprocket that will last TAG is the way to go.
I tried alot of sprockets and TAG is the best ones i've found
What can I say? It's a sprocket. Its lighter than stock. The paint will scratch and the scratches are more visable than on silver sprockets, but not nearly as bad as orange or black ones.
These are great sprockets that look good and perform good too. I put them on my bikes all the time.
Tag sprockets I would say are one of the best sprockets made out there. I have used other brands out there and they just dont hold up to Tag. This was installed on a yz85, I alos use them on all of my other bikes as well, 150rb, cr85, crf250r, KTM 65. The best ever.
This sprocket worked great on my bike. 08 KTM125. The only tip i have to anyone is that the color 'natural' isn't like a polished color its actually sort of almost a military green. Next time i buy this sprocket i'll get black. The picture is slightly deceiving of the color of the product
I have tried several different brands and none have held up on 450's as well as Tag's. Performance and things of that nature are the same as any other, but they withstand the torture of torque like none other. At a guess I would say Tag's have lasted me at least 20%+ longer than any other brand.
scratches kinda easy but overall a great sprocket and doesnt wear out too fast
I bought this sprocket for my 2006 Suzuki LTR450 it only lasted me a few months I recommend if your planning to buy this sprocket then replace the front and chain as well I only did the back and it literally broke to pieces so I am not quite sure if it was my mistake or something that caused it..
I love Tag sprockets. I bought the black one, but next time I think I will choose natural because the black tend to look scratched and dirty pretty quickly. But that doesn't effect the durability of the sprocket, just its looks.
We have ran rental's on the 450's for some time. I decided to give tag a try. The first thing I noticed was the sprocket is somewhat thicker with more contact area in chain area. So far seems to be wearing good. Looks and design are nice.
This is the 4th tag sprocket that I have run. I find them to be durable and perform well for the price.