this sprocket is so nice makes my 2010 yz 250f look 10 times better easy to put on took about 10 min alot lighting then i was expecting much lighter then my sprocket would i recomend this to someone looking for a new sprocket
YES I WOULD!!!!
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Over 10 months agoLocation: Lexington Park, MD, USA
pretty decent sprocket for the price. I only have a few hours on it though and it is pretty worn already. definitely going for a steel tooth sprocket next though they are way worth the extra few bucks they will last a heck of a lot longer than aluminum and the weight difference is unnoticeable.
It's more of a personal preference thing so there really is no ideal set up for it so what I would do is probably just go down a couple teeth on the rear sprocket and find a set up thats best for your style of riding.
if you go up on teeth it will have more snap(torque and pull at low RPM)
going down a few teeth will give you better top end, but itll take away from your bottom...
stock is best usually, unless your racing SX or desert...