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post #1 of 16 Old 03-28-2016, 12:47 AM Thread Starter
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Front and Rear Sprocket options

I'm in the market for some aftermarket front / rear sprockets. I came across some fronts from Renthal, but cannot find any rear ones for the stock wheels besides the superlite.

What are you guys / gals using on your setup? And where did you order it from?


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I'm in the market for some aftermarket front / rear sprockets. I came across some fronts from Renthal, but cannot find any rear ones for the stock wheels besides the superlite.

What are you guys / gals using on your setup? And where did you order it from?
I have a Renthal rear sprocket. Bought one when I had my stock wheels, so I know they do one that fits. They also make one that fits the OZ wheels.

I bought mine from eBay (A and R Racing in the UK - link).
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I have a Renthal rear sprocket. Bought one when I had my stock wheels, so I know they do one that fits. They also make one that fits the OZ wheels.



I bought mine from eBay (A and R Racing in the UK - link).


Ah. I thought the Renthal ones were only for aftermarket wheels. They don't even have them listed on their official website.
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Superlite 45 tooth here. Wasn't impressed with Supersprox's version. I'll be going Superlite from now on (yes I've been through stock + two sprockets/chains already--they last about 15k each).
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I went -1 in the front, and it didn't have the same effect it did on my 848. So I put the original back.
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Vortex makes a rear sprocket that fits (110A I believe, but have them confirm it)

Let them know I sent you if you call -they're in my hometown.

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AFAM Superlite is the way to go, very durable and light weight, a real improvement.

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I'm running the billet aluminum version of that rear sprocket on my 200HP track bike and have 1 full season and starting a 2nd season now on the sprocket with 30+ track days, and it's still in good shape. The steel "street" version should be good for many, many miles.
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post #8 of 16 Old 03-30-2016, 01:49 PM
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hi guys

just wanted to know if anyone change sprocket size(front or rear) and if so, whats the noticeable difference? always heard from the reviews that the 899 had in-between gearing...sorry for the noob question.
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I dropped to a 14T front on the 899, better acceleration and more "in the power" on corner exits on the track, at least for the mid-sized tracks I have at home.

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thanks for the advice @jarelj
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