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2010 Suzuki RMZ250

Turner Steel Sprocket - Front

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OEM Stock Sizes for a 2010 Suzuki RMZ250
Chain Type: 520 Chain Length: 114
Front Sprocket: 13 Rear Sprocket: 49
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Product Description

  • Made exclusively from the finest high-carbon steel.
  • Outlasts any mild steel or surface-hardened sprocket.
  • Heat treated and hand finished.
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Severed1 Location: Meridian ID
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Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: Tampa, FL, USA
Great value, great performance !

i ride and race woods/harescrambles on a very strong crf450, pair of them actually, and am on the bikes 20 HOURS a MONTH. So i'm changing a couple front sprockets from time to time. I stopped spending big $ on 'name brand' sprockets a long time ago, and these are a great value and hold up as good as any of the big dollar stuff.

Ease of Installation
Location: Warren, PA 16365, USA
Good value

Good sprocket for the money. Fit well on the countershaft splines.

Ease of Installation
Top 1000 Contributor
96 CR250 Rebuild Project

I wasn't looking for anything fancy for this rebuild project, just something that would hold up to some wear and tear. This sprocket is not pretty, but it's great for how cheap it is. I'd recommend this sprocket to anyone looking for a cheap fix!

Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: Lake Charles, LA, USA
Cheap, Durable.

I buy steel turner sprockets because they get the job done. They arent covered in fancy colors but they get the chain spinning around at low costs. They are very durable and always have been for me.

Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: Beaumont, Texas
A Solid Product

Rebuilding a 1997 Honda CR80, the front sprocket was trashed. I Bought the Turner Steel Front Sprocket for its durability longevity and low price, and it is exactly that on all counts

Turner Steel Sprocket - Front
Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: Meridian ID

Steel, Strong,Cheap, Works!

Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Florence, KY
Solid sprocket

this sprocket, although a little heavy, works and fit great. its built to last..great addition to an old really changed the power profile of the old yz...

Top 250 Contributor
Location: Hanford,CA
Great Sprocket

Great for the price. Does what its supposed to do. No complaints.

Location: Lambert, MS
Turner Steel Sprocket-front

I am very happy with the purchase of the Turner sprocket. It arrived very quickly. It changed the gearing of the bike which is what we wanted. After repeated days at the track no problems at all. Great product, and very good price.

Top 500 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
Location: Chicago , IL.
Awsome !

I've had this sprocket on my bike for almost 2 years now, no complaints at all. You can't be it for the price !

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yamaharacer5 Over 4 years ago Location: albany kentucky
Does less or more teeth on the spocket gear atv higher on front?
and what size do i need the rear to be
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
if you go up in the front it's giving you more bottom end, if you go up it's giving you more top end. On the rear if you go down in teeth it gives you more top end, and going up gives you more bottom end. It's hard to recommend gearing for you because I dont know your riding style, but keep in mind gearing is a win lose situation. If you want more top end, your going to lose some bottom end and if you want more bottom end, your going to lose your top end. It's all about experimenting.
Top 1000 Contributor
Over 3 years ago Location: GA
depends on your desired gearing..
1 year 1 month ago Location: Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA
more teeth teeth on the front sprocket should make your bike have a higher top speed, on the other hand it will get to its top speed at a slower rate. A larger sprocket in the rear will make your bikes top speed lower but your bike will reach the top at a speed faster rate. if you begin to search on the website for sprockets then a small box colored in marigold should pop up and tell you the stock gearing for your vehicle. Higher gearing ratio is achieved by putting a larger gear on the front or a smaller gear in the rear doing this for a given rpm should raise your mph over the stock settings.(taller) gearing means at 10 mph you will be at 100 rpm but lower (shorter) gearing means you will be at 10 mph at 300 rpm. imagine a bicyclist pedaling, if he is to stay at 10 mph to win the race he must pedal 100 times per minute to stay at 10 mph with stock gearing. if he were to add teeth to his front sprocket then to go 10 mph now he may only have to pedal 80 times per minute but he must exert more force to achieve the same speed. on the other hand if he were to make the front sprocket smaller he would have to pedal 120 times per minute to go 10 miles per hour but his legs would not use as much force to turn the rear wheel. on the other hand if he makes the rear sprocket larger it has the effect of making him pedal 120 times per minute but with less force than stock, and if his rear sprocket is smaller he must pedal 80 times per minute with more force coming from his legs.
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