Supersprox makes their Rear Aluminum Sprockets from a tough 7075 T6 aluminum alloy that makes them both strong and lightweight. With Supersprox, you’re getting a refined sprocket because they focus on details like the self-cleaning grooves between every tooth that shed debris, and the corrosion resistant anodized finish that matches your factory colors. But, Supersprox lets others do the talking for them. And with their sprockets being used by AMA Supercrosser Mike Alessi and as OEM parts by KTM, Honda, and Husqvarna, there’s no shortage of people willing to speak up.
CNC machined from 7075 T6 aluminum alloy
Self-cleaning grooves between each tooth
Corrosion resistant, color matching anodized finish
great sprocket, second time I bought a supersprox and I'm impressed, its very light weight and it will last. Not as long as my twin renthals but its also half the cost. and its full aluminum. would I get it again, absolutely.
Well I've only got one day of riding on the new sprocket but so far so good. It looks really good on the bike, & it seems to be very well made. I was looking for a second sprocket that was slightly bigger than the one that was on my bike but that wasn't too expensive & still looked good- this sprocket was just right & fit well.
This rear sprocket, is definitely worth the money! The price is great, and it lasts a long time. I bought this sprocket for my crf150f so its been run through a lot of tests, both on and off a racing track! Its held up perfectly through all the jumps and all the harder terrain such as climbing rocky hills and swimming through swamps and it still looks brand new! The color hasn't faded yet even after all its been through and only a little wear has came from the teeth where the chain grabs it.
This sprocket looks awesome on my 2016 Honda CRF 450R the red brings a lot of attention to the wheel! I bought it mostly as a "bling" item, I am pleased with the install! It just requires you to take the rear tire off and you need a couple of wrenches after that! The material is sturdy and holds up well! It also comes with two small "supersprox" stickers to place where you like!
Looking pretty good so far. Have a fair number of rides on this and very little signs of wear. I am pretty consistent with no toil chain lube, which also keeps the chain / sprocket pretty clean so that also helps. Orange is nice blingy addition also. I bought and returned a steel sprocket, thinking that I wanted the durability but was blown away by the weight, didn't want that extra unsprung weight on by wheel so swapped for this. Would buy again.
I race motocross at a pro level. normally i buy renthal sprockets but i wanted someting a little cheaper to buy. Very happy with the supersprox sprockets , just as good . I will stick to this brand from now on.
Ive had supersprox steel sprockets that basically dont wear at all, so I was hesitant about the aluminum. Somehow supersprox has made the aluminum one almost as tuff, it will last easily the life of the bike I think.
Product fit well, but I had to scramble to buy some sprocket bolts locally (expensive!). Trouble with the ttr-230 is that the stock cast iron sprocket comes with cap screws not countersunk (taper) screws. If I had only known for the 9 extra bucks I would for sure have bought a set! Sprocket itself is great, looks great, nice and light. Time will tell on the wear.
I have been using Supersprox-stealth on my big bike (RX450 09) and love it. I got an RM250 05 model for practice days. Fitted a Supersprox-aluminium to see how it worked. What an excellent product. It has the same tooth design as their hybrid sprocket. Its really working perfectly. Cant say how long it will last, but I have 20 hours on it and it looks as good as new. Sweet!