Been running protaper chains and sprockets for years, they are the best, when ran together they last a long time
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Great product last a long time and looks great
Light n tough, chain is super cool, black sprocket pops nice against the orange swing arm
Never have any issues with the Pro Taper products
After breaking my chain while being chased by someone I decided that it was time to get some good stuff for my bike. These sprockets and chain were an awesome combo and have worked really well.
I have 2016 KX250F, this kit is durable and lasts long for the price, you cant beat it !
08 CRF250 got the job done
Love it!! Great product at a reasonable price. So far the sprockets are holding up great and look awesome. Definately would purchase this again in the future and I'm really digging the gold chain(:
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Question asked by Drew
Question:Q: Does this kit include Sprocket bolts?Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question asked by franco
Question:Q: Whats the best chain for my crf150rb its the expert because i bought 2 chains and i snap both of themQuestion asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: I personally run and recommend the D.I.D 520 ERT2 Chain.
Question asked by Steve
Question:Q: Is there a need to remove chain links when increasing Rear Teeth/TorqueQuestion asked Over 4 years ago2011 DRZ400S stock sprocket Teeth: Rear-44 Front-15 Bought Rear-47 Front-14 Pro Taper 520 XRC chain (120 links) Is there supposed to be sag or is there a need to remove chain links?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Yes the chain will need to be cut down to fit. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Question asked by Vince27
Question:Q: I have these sprockets on my 2010 yz450f and i ripped all the teeth offQuestion asked Over 6 years agoSO im just wondering if these have been upgraded or anything or why i could have ripped them all off cause i always keep my chain to the tightening spec that it should be. maybe it is just because i am not running that good of a chain i don't know but my question is will the DID ERV3 X-Ring chain and the Pro-taper front and back sprockets hold up the only thing done i have to my bike is a full FMF 4.1rct with the Megabomb header so it doesn't have so much power that it just eats sprockets?? Please answer!! My front sprocket seems to be fine its just the back that got ate for some reason?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: Any aluminum rear sprocket will not last last as long as a steel sprocket, the countershaft sprockets are made of steel which is why it is outlasting your rear sprockets. Riding conditions and how often you lube the chain can greatly affect the life of an aluminum rear sprocket. If you ride in sandy or muddy conditions they will wear much quicker than a steel counterpart. Also a like you mentioned, a lower quality chain can also affect the lifespan of sprockets. The DID ERV3 Is an excellent chain and is highly recommended, but for the best lifespan I would pair it with a steel sprocket. There are standard steel sprockets available, a hybrid option from Renthal called the Twinring that has an aluminum inner portion with a steel outer ring and teeth, and then there is is the Sunstar Works-Z Stainless steel sprocket. The Sunstar stainless sprocket will last 3 times longer than a steel sprocket and has a lifespan 10 times longer than an aluminum sprocket. While the stainless sprocket costs a little more initially, it definitely recoups the cost by how long it will last.
Question answered by Fanopj1User's contributor status:Question answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: Make sure that your wheel alignment is correct. Slightly offset will chew up sprockets and wear chain really fast. Don't rely on axle blocks, measure to a fixed point with tape measure.