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.
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
The size of sprockets has a bigger effect on how fast or slow the bike accelerates rather than the type of sprocket. To increase acceleration, the easiest way would be to purchase a 1 tooth smaller front sprocket than what you currently have. You could also buy a larger rear sprocket but that would also require the purchase of a new chain. Please view our gearing guide here : http://www.motosport.com/blog/the-ultimate-dirt-bike-gearing-guide
all depends on your riding style those extra two teeth can help you extend that gear you need out just a little more so you can clear that big jump you couldn't clear before front sproket changes are a bigger diferance then back but you can definatly still feel the difference on the back