Vortex Front Sprocket

Vortex Front Sprocket
Vortex Front Sprocket

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Description See Also: 4 Reviews 1 Question Fitment
Item #VTX0004

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TEAMSUZUKI Verified Purchaser
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Style 5/5
Vortex front sprocket

this sprocket was easy to install and is holding up well on my 2003 rm125 i would recommend this product to all of my friends

LoneStar250X Verified Purchaser
Fort Worth, TX
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Good Quality Sprocket

good sprocket - works exactly as described and I loved dropping down a tooth for the 250X.

noel
largo,md

good quality

hondadude
raleigh, NC
Awsome!!

this sprocket is amazing, i deffenatly recogmend it, especially with the vortex rear sprocket, looks good and runs good :)

1 Question
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DJMC
Location: Bay Shore NY
Q: I bought the Vortex 52T Rear Sprocket?
Over 7 years ago
I purchased the 52 T Vortex rear sprocket for my 03 KX 250. I am trying to use the stock front sprocket. However, the chain is not seating on the rear sprocket. Is the stock front sprocket not compatible with the new rear? If not, will the vortex front sprocket correct the problem?
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: It shouldn't matter if you are running the stock front sprocket. There could be a couple different issues if the chain isn't seating right. If you are using your stock chain, it could just be too stretched out. The only other thing I could think of is if the sprocket's teeth are somehow off in spacing. I would recommend picking up a new chain if you haven't already done that, or contact Vortex to see if this is a common issue.
James17
Top 1000 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: west virginia
A: when your going to buy a new sprocket or chain its a good ideal to go ahead and buy both front and rear sprockets and a chain at the same time because these parts wear together,your chain is probably just to stretched to fit in the new sprockets teeth.i would go ahead and get a new chain and front sprocket if i where you
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