Tag Rear Sprocket

$70.00
4.40 out of 5 stars
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Tag Rear Sprocket
Tag Rear Sprocket
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The most durable high performance aluminum sprocket! Its lifecycle is 3 times as long as the competition and it is hard anodized for abrasion and corrosion resistance, making it more durable than normal anodizing. Aluminum processed by hard anodizing is only a few points away from the hardness of DIAMONDS. TAG Rear Sprockets utilize a proven decussate structure design for premium strength.

  • Hard anodized.
  • CNC machined for precision and tight tolerances.
  • Lightweight computer-aided decussate structure performance design.
  • Made of heat treated 7075-T6 aluminum.
  • Self-cleaning mud grooves extend chain life.
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Nevada, USA
Skunkworks
Good Product

Good product, easy to install, looks better than stock

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser
Location: Maryland
TimG113
Great purchase

Just like I wrote for the front sprocket, I was a dedicated Renthal sprocket user until I bought a bike with a new TAG sprocket set on it. Now I only use TAG since I'm buying it. No match for durability at this price. I have yet to loose teeth on either of my bikes, CRF250R and CRF450R. I was always replacing my Renthals because of wear and missing teeth. Highly recommend. Still a dedicated Renthal Twinwall handlebar rider, but TAG found something with these sprockets.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser
Location: Hamden, CT, USA
practicemechanic
Long Lasting

Light weight but long lasting. Comparable to a steel sprocket!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Gig Harbor, WA, USA
250rnut
Great sprocket

Just bought this and rode it once. Good so far. Great look

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser Top 100 Contributor
Location: Scotts Valley, CA
NoHander
Do you Drag the Back Brake Like I Do?

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.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
evelknievel801
Awesome

lightweight and durable

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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HillBillyRacer
Better than Renthal

Best aluminum sprocket that I've purchased. If you can dish out the cash or you're sponsered by Renthal then go that way. But, if you want a sprocket that will last TAG is the way to go.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: new york
77racer
The best

I tried alot of sprockets and TAG is the best ones i've found

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Location: Albuquerque, NM
tsa250
TAG rear sprocket for KTM 105

What can I say? It's a sprocket. Its lighter than stock. The paint will scratch and the scratches are more visable than on silver sprockets, but not nearly as bad as orange or black ones.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Concord, NC
450mxcrazy
Awesome

These are great sprockets that look good and perform good too. I put them on my bikes all the time.

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ceci Location: ohio
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Chris Over 5 months ago
Which would give you more top end?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Going smaller on the rear sprocket and/or bigger on the front will give you more top end. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
ceci 1 year 10 months ago Location: ohio
Does this help the bike take off faster?
For a Yamaha WR250F 2013 I am looking for a Rear Sprocket that will help change gears quicker. Which will make the motorcycle run faster. Is this a good one to buy?
MotoSport Staff
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
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
bansheerider25 Over 5 years ago
Would i have to grind my sprocket hub down to fit properly?
Top 250 Contributor
Over 5 years ago Location: Phoenix, AZ
hayder
no, if the drop down menu is selected on your bike you will be able to bolt it directly on unless otherwise stated in the description
bansheerider25 Over 5 years ago
Will this sprocket fit a stock banshee hub?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
Drewski
Yes, this will fit your stock hub.
Top 1000 Contributor
colt454545454545 Over 6 years ago
Is ther a big difference between 38t and 40t?
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Drewski
Yes, the 40t is going to give you more acceleration and take away from your top end speed.
Top 250 Contributor
Over 5 years ago Location: Phoenix, AZ
hayder
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
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