Talon Rear Sprocket

Talon Rear Sprocket
Talon Rear Sprocket

$59.99 $64.99
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Item #TLN000E

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10 Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars
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San Jose, CA, USA
Durability 1/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 2/5 Style 5/5
Talon Rear Sprocket wears extremely fast!

I bought this sprocket and put 1,200 miles on it on my KTM 530 EXC-R. It is absolutely shot, destroyed, worn out. I would not recommend this sprocket unless you like changing them out all the time. My chain is fine but the sprocket is worn out.

DFreda Verified Purchaser Top 250 Contributor
Orlando, FL
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Looks awesome

I like this cause i think is looking good on my bike, better i think thant the rentals.... Only that i think this has to have a better logo!

BUZARR Top 1000 Contributor
Silver Spring, MD

TALON, the name says it ALL.....

sjadakine Top 500 Contributor

i ride my bike hard and so far this sprocket is holding up

lobovieyra Top 500 Contributor
El paso Tx

not only is it beautiful but it makes a very resistant for rough work

kufd Top 500 Contributor
Kauai, Hawaii
Strong and light

Talon sprokets are really light and strong to me. they also come color that could match your bike. very easy to install. just make sure you use loc tight on your bolts and use CORRECT torque.

SantaFe Tx

UP, Michigan
Talon rear sprocket is a great fit

I had been looking for a rear sprocket for my son's ktm 50 and I found the Talon sprocket here on motosport.com. This sprocket has a great look and an exact fit. My son has several hours on this new sprocket and has yet to show signs of wear.

Braap Top 25 Contributor
Excellent Price

For $35 this is a smokin deal . Very lightweight and holds up decently.

palapas10 Top 100 Contributor
tucson, AZ
Ultralight durable

this is a very ultralight, cheap and durable aluminum sprocket

2 Questions
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Location: CT
Q: How whould this hold up on trails and track riding.?
2 years 5 months ago
Am a hard rider I ride all types of trails and I go to the track every now in now and then so how whould this hold up against the abuse.
Top 1 Contributor
2 years 5 months ago
A: Any aluminum sprocket will wear faster than a steel sprocket. Life span will depend on your riding conditions and maintenance of the chain/sprockets in accordance to your OEM service manual.

If you want a longer wearing sprocket, look at the steel sprocket or Hybrid sprockets like the TwinRing & SuperSprox
Location: San Jose ca
Q: Recommended sprocket size?
2 years 10 months ago
I have a 2002 yz 125 it has a FMF SST pipe on it and turbine core 2 spark arrestor. My current gearing is stock 13/49 what would be the best way to get more tourqe out of the bike my friends are telling me to do 13 in the front and 51 rear? I ride more track that is similar to supercoss if that means anything thanks.
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 10 months ago
A: Yes, the 13/51 is a good lower gearing choice for your 2002 YZ125.
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