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2013 Yamaha RAPTOR 350

Renthal Rear Sprockets

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OEM Stock Sizes for a 2013 Yamaha RAPTOR 350
Chain Type: 520 Chain Length: 98
Front Sprocket: 13 Rear Sprocket: 38
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Product Description

When replacing the rear sprocket on your motorcycle or ATV, the Renthal Rear Sprocket is an excellent choice and stronger than most other brands!

  • Renthal Rear Sprockets are precision CNC manufactured to extremely tight tolerances for the best fit every time.
  • Renthal Rear Sprockets are manufactured out of a high strength, specially enhanced 7075 T6 aluminum alloy which makes the Renthal rear sprocket one of the most durable aluminum rear sprockets on the market.
  • Renthal Rear Sprockets have an unequaled accuracy of fit, tooth profile, and concentric cut for longevity & maximum power transfer.
  • Renthal Rear Sprockets are available in silver, black for all models. Blue, or red are for specified models only.
  • Image is for reference only, actual product may vary.
Profile your ride with our ride selector to see what size and color Renthal Rear Sprockets we have available for your motorcycle or ATV.
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smoovv Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
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Location: Hood River, OR 97031, USA
Great Sprocket

Bought the Blue 52 tooth sprocket for my Yamaha WR250R and it looks fantastic on the bike, loads of low end torque now. I'm happy with the fit and finish, but only gave 4 stars on durability because I've only had it on the bike for a few weeks, other than that it's a Renthal so enough said.

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Location: Las Vegas, NV, USA
Great products

Have always felt Renthal products are of great quality. Fit and finish are top notch and take a lot of abuse for a lightweight race sprocket. Anodizing keeps it's color and doesn't scratch easily. I got the red and it looks pretty trick against my blue Talon hubs.

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Top 25 Contributor
Location: Spokane, WA, USA
Rear sprocket

i have been running renthal sprockets for 15 years best sprockets you can run in my book.

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Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
Good purchase.

Looks great on my 2014 yz450.

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Renthal sprocket

i recently purchased this sprocket and it has held up well and is a lot lighter than my stock.

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The best sprocket I've ever used!

This is hands down the best sprocket I've ever mounted to my bike. Its a lightweight material but is super stylish looking and is durable as any other steel sprocket. All in all, you should buy one.

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Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Princeton, IN 47670, USA
Best sprockets period

Great quality and look great. Renthal is #1 when it comes to sprockets. I always go with the DID ert2 chain though.

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Location: Portage, IN, USA
Renthal sprockets

Super easy install and super great looks. I always use Renthal sprockets.

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Location: Brewton Alabama
Best sprocket out there

I bought this sprocket in black and there is nothing but positives about it. It looks great on my bike and performs awesome

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Good Sprocket

Good sprocket, added a tooth for much more torque. Love it

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nelson 1 month 14 days ago
I have a 2013 crf450r and woundering what is the best size of sprockets are?
1 month 14 days ago Location: Las Vegas, NV, USA
There are some factors to consider first. Are you on a motocross track, woods or Desert. Tight woods and Motocross tracks you can go 1 Tooth bigger on the rear to give you more low end power. If you are wanting more top end speed don't need a lot of low end torque and want to keep the RPMs down on long straights I would consider up to 2 teeth smaller on the rear. Your weight and bike mods if any will be a factor in deciding. I ride a 250F and went 2 teeth smaller and it barks out of the turns but I also have 5K in the motor. Hope this helps
Expert MotoSport Staff
23 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
That is a tough question to answer as there is not one specific combination of sprockets that would work "best". It really depends on what kind of power delivery you are looking for. For more low end acceleration you could go with a smaler front sprocket and/or a larger rear sprocket. If you were looking for more top end speed you could go with a larger front sprocket and/or a smaller rear sprocket. The stock gearing on your 2013 Honda CRF450R would be 13(front) & 48(rear). From what I have found with that bike generally riders are sticking with the 13 tooth front sprocket and going with either a 49 or 50 tooth rear sprocket for a bit more pull right off the bottom without giving up much of the top speed.
Rooster 1 month 25 days ago Location: Tennessee, USA
99 wr400f I want to ride on the street more will 14-48 sprocket combo be alright ? Yes it has plates great fun?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 month 25 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Your OEM rear sprocket size would be a 50 so going to a 48 on the rear would give you a little more top speed for the street for sure.
Motosport749 1 year 1 month ago
Will this sprocket fit a 2000 Honda cr80r?
MotoSport Staff
1 year 1 month ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, this sprocket will fit when you have your model bike profiled correctly. When ordering, please specify which bike you are ordering for and it will let you add it to the cart.
derrdyz Over 3 years ago
Size chain?
what size chain best fits a 50 teeth rear sprocket on a 04 yz 85?
ty22 Over 3 years ago
The teeth on my sprocket seem kinda at an angle is that how they are made or is it worn?
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Tualatin
nope, those are definitely worn and in need of replacement. anytime a sprocket has an angle or hook to it, it's time to replace it.
Top 50 Contributor
Over 3 years ago Location: Pendleton, KY
The teeth begin to bend at an angle when the chain becomes too worn. You should replace the sprocket and chain.
400boy12 Over 4 years ago
If i have a stock 400ex and if i change to a 36 smaller sproket, will i get more top end?
Over 3 years ago
Yes, you will get more top speed but lose torque
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
yes smaller on the rear will get top en and then bigger is lower end gearing
mxlaxboy101 Over 4 years ago
Should I replace the sprocket on my crf150rwhen I replace the chain even if it isn't that worn?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
If your sprocket is in good shape, you can get by with just replacing the chain.
Top 100 Contributor
Over 3 years ago Location: connecticut
YESSS!!!!!! even if there is not alot of were your sprokets will have premature were when ever you replace a part of the drive you replace them as a set!
GrimReaper Over 4 years ago
If i have a renthal rear sprocket 150v 520 49t will that fit my 1986 yamaha yz490?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: USA
I was able to cross reference the sprocket for a yz490 fitting the same as a 98 Wr400F as part number: 131U-520 So I don't believe the part number you gave will fit.
Octavio Over 4 years ago
Do you have the orange one?
Do you have the orange color sprocket?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Tualatin
yes we do carry the orange sprockets for the KTMsl but you would need to order it over the phone because they are the KTM Hard Equipment ones which are not available online. Give us a call and we'll be more than happy to set you up a combo... 888.676.8853
gRISIUs12 Over 4 years ago
About colored for my cr85?
i went to there website and got the part number? will you be able to get this 189U-420-55GRRD
Top 10 Contributor
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland
Please give us a call if you would like to special order a part.
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