Great replacement. Good quality product.. Renthal is all I run typically.
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I'm not sure if I want to stay with my stock gearing or change my gearing to a 13t/40t. Can I change the front sprocket only to see if I like it or do I need to change the front, rear sprocket and chain if I'm only experimenting?
These were perfect! They installed easily and worked awesome. Highly Reccomended
Renthal products are all top quality. I always use their sprocket, bars and grips!!
Great service, great product
This is a great product! I have ordered from MOTO sport befor e and will order more parts in the future as need arises!
These sprockets are worth every penny. Don't even think about it just buy one
It's good stuff!!
This front sprocket is a great product, very durable if you also renew your chain. Replacing your front sprocket with a bad chain will rapidly increase wear and your sprocket will not last nearly as long as if you replace your chain, this also goes hand in hand with the rear. That is why it is recommend to replace all at once. Also, I highly recommend that you buy the tool for it if the bike is a Kawasaki mini or a ktm mini. These bikes all have the clip, which if you do not have the tool to pull it off can be the biggest pain to do. Overall it is a great long lasting sprocket, but just make sure you have the tool.
Great products !
light and durable.
OEM part was on backorder. Which ended up being a good thing. I had originally tried to order a Renthal, but couldn't find it on your website. Made a phone call and your staff found it for me. You guys are great !!!
great replacement for oem sprocket, can't go wrong with Renthal products
Great long lasting product!!!
My front sprocket got worn down like any old bike, so I simply bought this one based on reviews. And it's good!!
This sprocket works great and it was an easy install
Renthal makes proven durable products. Have not had a Renthal sprocket fail on me. Like any front sprocket, they are steel and offered in an array of sizes to fit your gearing needs.
Only trust Renthal!! Don't put that cheap stuff on your bike, you'll be replacing cases if you do!
It was a great replacement for the factory 13 tooth that had 3 teeth broken.
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Something else you may want to check before changing gearing is the chain tension. You say the bike jerks when she gets on the gas, that is usually a sign of a loose or stretched chain. Be sure to adjust this to the manufacturer recommendation with is usually about 1" to 1 1/4" of free play.
As a general rule of thumb to get more acceleration (less top speed), you will want to either drop teeth in the front or add to the rear sprocket.
To increase top speed, you do the opposite.
It is impossible to get both more torque AND more top end with sprocket changes. The only way to accomplish this is to change the bikes transmission gearing (1st gear ratio, 2nd gear ratio, and so on) and even with this you could only accomplish more torque on the bottom and more top end in the higher gears.
It is a give and take. With sprockets if you want more torque you sacrifice top end. If you want more top end you sacrifice torque.
I hope this helps.